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Weekly Address: Time for Congress to Pass Commonsense Immigration Reform

President Obama discusses the bipartisan legislation in the United States Senate that would take important steps towards fixing our broken immigration system, while growing our economy and reducing the deficit. Watch and share President Obama’s weekly address.

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Senator Tom Udall: Now is the Time for Immigration Reform

Senator Tom Udall U.S. Senator Tom Udall, in a speech on the Senate floor yesterday, highlighted the Senate’s imperative to pass a long term, comprehensive solution to fix our nation’s immigration system and improve New Mexico’s border...

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CBO Report: Immigration Reform Will Shrink the Deficit and Grow the Economy

The independent Congressional Budget Office has released its score of the Senate’s bipartisan immigration bill, providing even more evidence that commonsense immigration reform is good for the budget and good for economic growth. CBO estimates that fixing our broken immigration system will reduce federal deficits by about $200 billion over the...

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Thoughts from DPNM Chair Sam Bregman: We Need Action on Fires and Water

New Mexico is burning up with one fire after another, as we deal with the worst drought in over 50 years.  Conditions are expected to get worse—hotter temperatures and less rain.  Water levels are decreasing and it’s clear we need to have a plan of action. In the town of...

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DCCC Launches Spanish Radio Ads on Congressman Pearce’s Betrayal of DREAMers

Last week, Pearce voted for Congressman Steve King’s amendment that would restart deportations of 800,000 DREAM-Act eligible young people who were brought to the United States as children, followed the law and contributed to their communities for their entire lives. “Instead of giving these young people a chance...

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Building the Future

We're on our way to building the future of New Mexico. Our new logo, social media, and web presence are key parts of what is in store for that future, as we reach out to Democrats and all voters in our...

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DPNM Jobs Forum September 16 in Albuquerque

NM House Speaker Ken Martinez and NM Senate Majority Leader Michael Sanchez among Featured Speakers DPNM Chairman Sam Bregman is pleased to announce that the New Mexico Democratic Party will host a Jobs Forum on September 16, at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Hall, 4921 Alexander Boulevard,...

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Sam Bregman Elected DPNM State Chair

Democratic Party of New Mexico State Chair Sam Bregman. After a spirited leadership campaign that criss-crossed New Mexico, Sam Bregman was elected State Chair of the Democratic Party of...

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Letter Writers – We Need Your Help – Click to Learn More

  Letter writers – Let’s take New Mexico from 50th to 1st! Do you want to be part of a team that helps to set the progressive agenda for public debate in the state elections this fall – especially for governor? If...

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How Steve Pearce Voted

Check out the Democratic Party of New Mexico’s regular feature, ‘How Steve Pearce Voted,’ as we track the Congressional voting record of one of America’s worst legislators… Click here to learn more about how Steve Pearce voted…

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