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Herrell Opposes Impeachment, Turning a Blind Eye to Trump’s Role in Last Week’s Violent Riot

This afternoon, President Donald Trump became the only president in the history of the United States to be impeached twice. A bipartisan group of lawmakers, including 10 Republican representatives, voted to charge the president with “incitement of insurrection.” This was the most bipartisan impeachment vote in history....

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Yvette Herrell and NM Republicans Cling to Trump Even as GOP Leaders Condemn Him

Rep. Herrell and GOP Chair Pearce Broke with Party Leaders, Refused to Recognize Trump’s Role in Inciting Riots This week, leading Republicans House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and House Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney acknowledged that President Trump is to blame for the recent...

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DPNM Responds to Herrell’s Acceptance of Joe Biden as President-elect: “It’s Too Little Too Late”

After spending the past several months refusing to accept Joe Biden as President-elect, promoting election disinformation, and spreading baseless claims of voter fraud and divisive rhetoric about stealing elections, Rep. Yvette Herrell has now come to terms with...

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DPNM Chair Will Not Seek Another Term

Democratic Party of New Mexico Chair Marg Elliston announced today that she will not run for another term after her current tenure ends at the end of April. Elliston has served as chair for three years and led the Democratic party through two major election cycles, including...

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Herrell Stands By Couy Griffin Despite Praise for Rioters And Remarks Inciting Violence

Otero County Commissioner and Cowboys for Trump founder Couy Griffin said yesterday that the rioters who broke into and looted the US Capitol building were “patriots” and called for additional violent riots in the days to come. This is the latest in a long history of comments where Griffin has...

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Does Yvette Herrell Support the President’s Decision to Not Attend President-elect Biden’s Inauguration?

In another blow to the peaceful transition of power, this morning, President Trump tweeted that he would not attend President-elect Joe Biden’s Inauguration on January 20th. A tradition that has been carried out by all but three Presidents in the history of the United States.  This would...

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One Day After Violent Riots at US Capitol, NM GOP and State Rep. Brown Continue to Fan the Flames

State Rep. Brown Announces Plan to “Decertify” NM Results Just one day after rioters broke into the United States Capitol in an attempt to undermine a legitimate democratic and constitutional process, New Mexico Republicans are eagerly promoting the misinformation and scare tactics that led...

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ICYMI: Herrell Doubles Down on Opposition to Peaceful Transition of Power

Rep. Herrell Cast Vote to Contest Voters’ Decision in Arizona, Pennsylvania After an unprecedented day in American history in which violent protesters entered the U.S. Capitol and derailed Congressional proceedings, Representative Yvette Herrell unabashedly followed through on her threat to object to the certification...

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Herrell Chooses to Oppose a Peaceful Transition of Power

Rep. Herrell Casts Vote to Contest Voters’ Decision in 2020 Election After an unprecedented day in American history in which violent protesters entered the U.S. Capitol and derailed Congressional proceedings, Representative Yvette Herrell unabashedly followed through on her threat to object to the certification of election...

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Herrell Must Reconsider Her Objection to Certifying the 2020 Election

Millions of Americans are watching in horror today as rioters gather outside the U.S. Capitol Building to object to the certification of the 2020 election. Encouraged by President Trump and those who support his rhetoric, violent protesters have smashed windows and forced the evacuation of both houses...

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