Pearce Took $11k From Deportation Air During Separation Crisis

Press Releases - The Latest

Pearce Took $11k From Deportation Air During Separation Crisis

Campaign finance reports for June reveal that in the middle of Trump’s family separation crisis, Steve Pearce took additional eye-popping checks from deportation profiteer Allen Weh and his company CSI Aviation, to the tune of $11,000 just this month.

“While Trump was busy separating kids from their parents, Steve Pearce eagerly took giant checks from his cronies at Deportation Air,” said Marg Elliston, Chair of the Democratic Party of New Mexico. “It’s like Pearce is fueling his campaign with the pain and suffering of families looking for refuge. With values like that, it’s no surprise he has Donald Trump’s ‘full support.’ This is one twisted way to run for governor.”

See our last release, with background: Deportation Airline Bankrolling Steve Pearce’s Campaign

Your contribution will be used in connection with federal elections. Federal law requires us to use our best efforts to collect and report the names, mailing addresses, occupation and name of employer of the individuals whose contributions exceed $200 per calendar year. Contributions are not tax deductible for state and federal income tax purposes.

© 2018 Paid for by the Democratic Party of New Mexico and not authorized by any candidate or candidate committee.



Site made with by Scotch Digital DC

We’re fighting for a fairer New Mexico!

We’ve mobilized thousands of volunteers and organizers to build a better New Mexico for everyone. But we can’t keep it up without your support.