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THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

1. "ARE YOU SERIOUS?" -- DEMOCRAT STATE SENATOR RICHARD MARTINEZ ARRESTED FOR AGGRIVATED DWI AND RECKLESS DRIVING; RPNM CALLS FOR RESIGNATION WHILE DEMS TRY TO SAVE ONE OF THEIR OWN

On Friday night, Democrat State Senator and Judiciary Committee Chairman Richard Martinez rear ended a vehicle in Espanola. When police officers arrived at the scene, they discovered a very drunk Martinez behind the wheel of the SUV that caused the accident.

From the Albuquerque Journal:

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

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1. 'WE'RE DRIVING A CAR WE CAN'T AFFORD" -- REPUBLICAN LEGISLATORS VOICE CONCERNS AS NEW MEXICO SPEEDS UP TAX REBATES TO FILM INDUSTRY

From the Associated Press:

New Mexico announced tax rebate payouts of nearly $100 million to producers of film and television shows that were shot within the state in recent years, as the state’s Democratic governor courts new investments and industry jobs.

 Tuesday, June 18, 2019

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1. NM THE WORST PLACE TO BE A KID, AGAIN

Another year, and yet another 50th ranking for New Mexico in the area of child welfare.

From the Albuquerque Journal:

For the third time in seven years, New Mexico came in dead last out of 50 states for child well-being, according to the 2019 Kids Count Data Book, released Monday by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

 Republican Party of New Mexico

Tuesday, June 4, 2019

1. ICYMI - CIBOLA COUNTY SHERIFF TONY MACE DISCUSSES UNCONSTITUTIONAL NM GUN LAW

Cibola County Sheriff Tony Mace, president of the New Mexico Sheriff's Association, has been a key leader in the fight against the unconstitutional gun laws that earlier this year passed the New Mexico legislature and were signed into law by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham.

We are deeply troubled by the recent breaking news about secret payouts to state employees that appear to have violated state procedures which are supposed to protect taxpayers from paying out frivolous claims.

We support the valiant efforts of leaders like Republican State Senator Sander Rue who fight every day to make New Mexico’s state government transparent and accountable to the people. In order to create and maintain transparency, we call upon our state government leaders, that include the Governor and the Attorney General, to take action to unseal these secret agreements.

A recent message from Roundup at the Roundhouse in Santa Fe

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW

1. GOV. LUJAN GRISHAM USES STATE FUNDS TO SEND MIGRANTS TO COLORADO AND TEXAS; CITY OF DEMING DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY; REPUBLICANS DEMAND REDEPLOYMENT OF NATIONAL GUARD TROOPS

RESIGNATION OF SOS MAGGIE TOULOUSE OLIVER

Today the Republican Party of New Mexico calls upon the immediate resignation of Democrat U.S. Senate candidate Maggie Toulouse Oliver as New Mexico’s Secretary of State. As the state’s chief election officer, Toulouse Oliver should not make voters question the integrity of this election by overseeing a high-stakes primary election in which she is a candidate for another office. For this reason, we’re sure that all voters, regardless of party, would agree with us that she must resign immediately.

ARTESIA—New Mexico House Republican Leader Jim Townsend (R-Artesia) issued the following statement on the decision of Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver to reject his draft petition for a referendum on Senate Bill 8, unenforceable legislation requiring background checks for private gun sales in New Mexico:

“Twenty-nine of New Mexico’s thirty-three sheriffs oppose SB 8. Twenty-five counties have stood up and said they don’t agree with this law and will not enforce it. The people of New Mexico want their voices heard, and the Secretary of State continues to ignore them. The Secretary of State is supposed to encourage voter participation, not suppress it.

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