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NEW REPORT: HOW LEFT-WING ELECTION REFORMS ARE FORCED ON UNSUSPECTING COMMUNITIES

'Down the Hatch' Explores Collusion Between Dona Ana County, NM and 3rd Party Orgs

(LAS CRUCES, NM.) – May 22, 2020: The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) presents Down the Hatch: How Left-Wing Election Reforms Can Be Forced on Unsuspecting Communities, a new report detailing how sweetheart deals with outside groups can change election laws and "design" better cultures.

                     IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE PARTY

During the Coronavirus pandemic, the Republican Party of New Mexico encourages everyone to take precautions, practice safe health measures and do what's required to protect oneself and families. The Party stresses that the health and safety of all New Mexicans are paramount. Therefore, the Party is currently conducting operations and communications remotely. The Party continues its mission and engagement, but will utilize virtual/remote practices for outreach, projects, campaign events and other initiatives.  

          EARLY VOTING CONTINUES FOR THE PRIMARY ELECTION

New Mexico- House Republicans announced today that a team of attorneys has been assembled in preparation to file a lawsuit against Governor Lujan-Grisham. The specifics of this legal action will be made once the suit is filed.

"We have heard from jobless workers and businesses across the state and they are all saying the same thing, without immediate relief our livelihood will be lost for good." Said Townsend. "The outpouring of support to fund this legal effort has been overwhelming. The Governor's orders have put our state in such a position that our only recourse now is legal action. Hundreds of businesses across the state have already gone out of business. 210 restaurants have closed their doors for good - that represents over 4,500 employees who have lost their jobs."

Governor continues to disregard constituents' hardships and fails to comprehend fairness and justice

Albuquerque, May 13—Gov. Lujan Grisham's announcement today regarding her public health order is too little too late. The Chief Executive continues to violate the principles of fairness and justice for all.

The decision to restrict small businesses to only 25% capacity when national chains are going at full steam, making obscene profits, is ludicrous and unjust. This latest order will continue to gut our locally owned mom-and-pop businesses, establishments that are going broke after exhausting their life savings during the past weeks.

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE PARTY

During the Coronavirus pandemic, the Republican Party of New Mexico encourages everyone to take precautions, practice safe health measures and do what's required to protect oneself and families. The Party stresses that the health and safety of all New Mexicans are paramount. Therefore, the Party is currently conducting operations and communications remotely. The Party continues its mission and engagement, but will utilize virtual/remote practices for outreach, projects, campaign events and other initiatives.

EARLY VOTING BEGINS FOR THE PRIMARY ELECTION

Albuquerque, April 30--The following is a statement from Republican Party of New Mexico Chairman Steve Pearce regarding Gov. Lujan Grisham's press conference today on changes to her public health order:

Tuesday, April 28, 2020

IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM THE PARTY

During the Coronavirus pandemic, the Republican Party of New Mexico encourages everyone to take precautions, practice safe health measures and do what's required to protect oneself and families. The Party stresses that the health and safety of all New Mexicans are paramount. Therefore, the Party is currently conducting operations and communications remotely. The Party continues its mission and engagement, but will utilize virtual/remote practices for outreach, projects, campaign events and other initiatives.

Albuquerque, April 23-- The following is RPNM Chairman Steve Pearce's statement on today's passage of the $484 billion stimulus package by the U.S. House:

"During this health crisis and economic collapse, it is imperative that we provide funding to save our small businesses, hospitals and other vital institutions. The country's economy is in a free fall, and the federal government's assistance is the right tactic. But it's temporary relief. New Mexico's government must take decisive action now and reopen our businesses. Big Box stores are steering New Mexico dollars out of the state, while locally-owned businesses and Main Streets here are shuttered and suffering a slow death. For us to recover as a state, we must act now."

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