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DPNM Statement on Swearing In Of New Members of Congress

The 117th Congress was sworn into office today, including New Mexico Representatives Deb Haaland and Teresa Leger Fernandez, as well as Senator Ben Ray Luján. After successful campaigns that focused on the issues that matter most to New Mexicans, these strong Democratic...

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Herrell Takes Office Just Days After Revealing Her Refusal to Accept Joe Biden as President-elect

Rep. Herrell has Pledged to Contest Voters’ Decision in 2020 Election, Despite Lack of Evidence Representative Yvette Herrell took office today, less than a week after it was reported that she believes Joe Biden is not the President-elect of...

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DPNM Calls on Yvette Herrell to Stand Up for New Mexico, Speak Out Against President’s Repeated Threats to Veto NDAA

Today, President Trump tweeted for the second time in under a week that he plans to veto the bipartisan National Defense Authorization Act. New Mexico is home to five military installations, including two in the Second Congressional...

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DPNM Statement on Representative Deb Haaland’s Nomination as Secretary of the Interior

President-elect Joe Biden today announced that Representative Deb Haaland (NM-01) will be nominated to join the Biden administration as Secretary of the Interior, making history as the first Native person to hold the office. Representative Haaland is a longtime community organizer, a former DPNM Chair, and was...

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In First Official Act as Representative-elect, Yvette Herrell Peddles Misinformation

Herrell joins letter casting doubt on presidential election results while accepting her victory as legitimate Yesterday, Representative-elect Yvette Herrell joined her Republican colleagues in sending a letter to Speaker Pelosi, calling on the speaker to investigate voter fraud...

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New Mexico Electors Cast Votes For Joe Biden

New Mexico’s five electors officially cast their votes for President-elect Joe Biden today, reflecting the popular vote in New Mexico, which Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won by over 10 points. Today’s vote officially awards New Mexico’s five electoral votes to President-elect Biden. The votes were...

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Herrell Silent as Conservative Allies Continue to Dismiss 2020 Election Results

NM GOP, Minority Leader McCarthy, Rep. Jordan Show Support for Frivolous Lawsuits, Ongoing Attempts To Undermine Results Representative-elect Yvette Herrell has remained silent this week as her closest allies continue to undermine and dismiss...

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DPNM Statement on Representative-Elect Leger Fernandez’ Election as Freshman Class Representative to the CHC

Representative-Elect Teresa Leger Fernandez was elected this week as the Freshman Class Representative to the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) for the incoming Congress. As the freshman class representative, Representative-Elect Leger Fernandez will be a part of CHC leadership, where she will work closely with other Hispanic and...

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DPNM Statement on Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s Election as Chair of the DGA

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham was elected today as Chair of the Democratic Governors Association (DGA). The DGA is responsible for supporting Democratic governors and candidates for governor across the United States, with leaders in 24 states and 3 U.S. territories today. Governor Lujan Grisham had previously served...

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DPNM Statement on the United States Presidential Race

After months of campaigning, Vice President Joe Biden was called today as the winner of the United States Presidential race.  DPNM Chair Marg Elliston released the following statement regarding the results of the race: “We are so excited to have elected a president who truly...

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