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First Debate Makes it Clear: Udall Standing Up to do What’s Right for New Mexico

Senator Tom Udall’s campaign manager Daniel Sena issued the following statement on last night’s New Mexico Public Broadcasting debate, which was carried on all public television and radio stations throughout New Mexico: “Tom Udall made it clear that he will continue to stand up to anyone to do what’s right for New Mexico. Tonight’s debate highlighted

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Protecting the Right to Vote–Maggie Toulouse Oliver for Secretary of State

Until Dianna Duran took office and the Republican base started shrinking, the Office of the Secretary of State protected voting rights for each and every New Mexican.  That’s a big part of the job. That changed on January 1, 2011.  Since then, Ms. Duran has used every opportunity to discourage, weaken and ensure that the

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After First Debate Contrast Between Senator Tom Udall and Allen Weh Has Never Been Clearer

Pre-recorded debate airs Thursday at 7 p.m. on N.M. public television and radio Tom Udall and Allen Weh’s first debate showed a clear contrast between Tom Udall’s record of standing up to get things done for New Mexico and Allen Weh’s radical agenda to benefit CEOs and millionaires like himself. The debate, which was pre-recorded

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NM Secretary of State Issues Complaint Against Republican PRC Commissioner Ben Hall for Violation of State Campaign Finance Act

The Office of the New Mexico Secretary of State has issued a letter to Republican PRC Commissioner Ben Hall (NM-PRC5) that a complaint has been filed against him, and his campaign for a violation of New Mexico statutes under the Voter Action Act. Specifically, Commissioner Ben Hall has paid himself and his wife “consultant” salaries

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DPNM Files Two New Public Records Requests Seeking Missing Martinez Emails

Today, DPNM Chairman Sam Bregman filed two additional public records requests for written correspondence between then-District Attorney and Gubernatorial candidate Susana Martinez, her campaign staff and the Third Judicial District Attorney’s office in 2009 and/or 2010. The new requests are to the Third Judicial District Attorney’s Office and the Administrative Office of the District Attorneys, which

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Senator Tom Udall’s Work to Prevent Domestic Violence is Focus of Latest TV Ad

Udall stood up for tough anti-stalking laws in New Mexico; helped write the Violence Against Women Act, passed Katie’s Law in the Senate The Udall campaign’s powerful new TV ad features Karen, a domestic violence survivor, thanking Tom Udall for working throughout his career for tougher laws to prevent domestic violence. As New Mexico’s Attorney

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House Majority Whip Antonio Maestas Exposes The Real Voter Fraud in New Mexico: Republican Johnny Luevano

Today, New Mexico House Majority Whip Antonio “Moe” Maestas released two new ads exposing the real voter fraud in New Mexico: Republican House District 16 candidate Johnny Luevano, Jr. While Republicans from Washington D.C. to Santa Fe invent voter fraud hysteria, the reality is that Republican Johnny Luevano is the real voter fraud deal… a

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Elect Former Sheriff Manny Gonzales For Bernalillo County Sheriff

GOP challenger Baird seriously compromised with multiple, personal ethics issues In what appears to be the norm for many Republican candidates, GOP Bernalillo County Sheriff nominee Scott Baird is facing multiple ethics issues, showing a reckless and embarrassing pattern that clearly disqualifies him from being elected Sheriff of Bernalillo County. Item: 3 DWI convictions, six

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Weekly Address: Focused on the Fight Against Ebola

In this week’s address, the President discussed the measures we are taking to respond to Ebola cases at home, while containing the epidemic at its source in West Africa. This week, we continued to focus on domestic preparedness, with the creation of new CDC guidelines and the announcement of new travel measures ensuring all travelers

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