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Yvette Herrell Oct 10
Thank you Mr. President!
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Yvette Herrell Oct 9
I just got off the phone with our President ! The President was kind enough to do a Tele-Rally with voters all across . We had an amazing discussion about the energy and momentum in New Mexico to restore our values to Congress and turn our state Red!
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Michael McDevitt Oct 8
New Mexico Gov. Lujan Grisham again tests negative for COVID-19 after a worker tested positive last week. Officials continue to be concerned about case spike, governor warns state could become an 'epicenter.’ Here’s the highlights.
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Michael McDevitt Oct 8
Protect yourself against misinfo, especially this election season.
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KOB 4 Oct 6
Missed the U.S. Senate debate last night? Watch it here!
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Power The Future New Mexico Oct 7
While over 100,000 of her constituents are unemployed, Governor Lujan Grisham is working less than 4 hours a day. According to the Governor’s posted schedule for the week of September 21st, she worked just under 19 hours for the entire week.
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Algernon D'Ammassa Sep 11
Republican congressional candidate Yvette Herrell just rode past my house with Cowboys for Trump.
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New Mexico Secretary of State Oct 7
⚠️ MISINFORMATION ALERT⚠️ We have received reports of a post on Facebook claiming that polling locations will be closed by the Governor on Oct 15. THIS IS FALSE INFORMATION. The Governor is NOT shutting down polling locations. (1/2)
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Western Values Project Aug 31
States like NM are strapped by the economic fallout from & can’t afford to when o&g companies skip town. More from @ConsrveStewards’ Martha Marks on why Congress must act now to hold polluters accountable in :
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WildEarth Guardians Oct 5
"New Mexico needs a Department of Biodiversity. Or a Department of Wildlife. Or an agency by any name that will put its resources toward staving off the collapse of our ecosystems rather than broadcasting recipes for sandhill crane." via
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Ben Ray Luján Oct 10
Veterans like Ken served our country with honor and they deserve the best possible care and support. It's been my honor to work side-by-side with our heroes to secure the benefits they earned. We have a sacred commitment to our veterans, and I'll always have their backs.
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WildEarth Guardians Oct 8
Today we sued USDA's Wildlife Services over its outdated -killing program in . Last year, Wildlife Services killed over 1.2 million native animals nationwide, including nearly 10,000 animals in New Mexico.
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NM House Republicans Oct 9
We see you, and we stand with you. Shutting down our state, and keeping folks locked up is not representative of the will of . Let's find solutions, not mandates.
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Paul Gessing Oct 7
According to a report from blogger and politico Pete Dinelli, Mayor Keller has hired his campaign consultant Alan Packman for a dubious $80K job at the City of Albuquerque.
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Dan Boyd Oct 9
ICYMI: 's balancing act with the coronavirus pandemic continues, as Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham warned that business and school restrictions could be reimposed due to a recent surge in new COVID-19 cases statewide. via
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Andrea Serrano 🐺🧹 Oct 5
I just gave to Roger Montoya in his bid for NM House District 40! His care for community is the kind of leadership we need in our legislature. Click here to donate!
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Larry Behrens Oct 9
Looks like the kids agree with the scientists.
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Matthew McQueen Sep 7
Republican legislators voted 35-3 *against* raising the minimum wage. But yeah, "respect". (SB 437 2019)
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Dan Boyd Oct 9
Breaking: health officials report 488 new COVID-19 cases -- state's highest single day count on record. Obviously new cases only one metric and death rates still below mid-May peak, but increase in hospitalizations, testing positivity rate also troubling signs.
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Paul Gessing Oct 7
New Mexico businesses struggling to reopen will face added challenges when the State's minimum wage jumps to $10.50 in January. The last thing they need is Joe Biden's proposed $15/hour minimum wage:
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