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DPNM Congratulates Michelle Lujan Grisham on CHC Chair Election

New Mexico – Today, the Democratic Party of New Mexico congratulated Representative Michelle Lujan Grisham on her election as chair of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.  “New Mexico Democrats are proud to have Representative Michelle Lujan Grisham in a leadership position in the U.S. House of Representatives,” said Debra Haaland, Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of

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6 Things Mayor Berry Failed to Mention in His State of the City Address

Albuquerque, N.M. – Today, Mayor Berry delivered his State of the City address in Albuquerque, in which he neglected to mention some of the issues his administration has failed to address. Mayor Berry has been absent on some of the most pressing issues Albuquerque faces and is absent in many communities throughout the city. Unemployment.

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DPNM Encourages New Mexicans to #ShopSmall on Small Business Saturday

New Mexico – Today, the Democratic Party of New Mexico released the following statement encouraging New Mexicans to “Shop Small” and support small businesses on Saturday, November 26. Small businesses make up a significant portion of New Mexico’s economy, employing hundreds of thousands of New Mexicans. “Home-grown New Mexico businesses work hard to employ locally

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DPNM: Governor Martinez’s Line on Permanent Fund Shortsighted

New Mexico – The Democratic Party of New Mexico slammed Governor Martinez after she ruled out using the permanent fund to invest in New Mexico’s economy.  “Governor Martinez clearly doesn’t have the best interest of New Mexicans in mind when she actively works against solutions that could help create opportunities for families in our state,”

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DPNM Calls for Justice for Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

New Mexico – The Democratic Party of New Mexico (DPNM) took a stand to support the efforts of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to protect their water resources and sacred sites and to ensure tribal consultation is a priority. At a meeting in late October, the Democratic Party of New Mexico’s State Central Committee unanimously

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