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DPNM Memorial Day Statement

New Mexico – Ahead of Memorial Day, Democratic Party of New Mexico Chair Richard Ellenberg released the following statement: “On Memorial Day, we take time to honor our military service members who have given the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. New Mexicans have an extraordinary sense of service to our communities, to our families and to our country. And

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DPNM: Republican Governor Continues to Put New Mexico’s Economy at Risk

New Mexico – The Democratic Party of New Mexico (DPNM) released the following statement after the Republican Governor Martinez vetoed important revenue increases: “Democrats took the lead right out the gate to restore higher education funding and worked on solutions to ensure students and our communities have certainty to move forward. But the Martinez-Sanchez administration

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House Republicans Stand By Governor Martinez’s Veto of College & University Funding

Santa Fe – Today, House Republicans stood with Governor Martinez and voted against funding New Mexico’s colleges and universities. Democratic leadership in the legislature took a stand for New Mexico students and families and voted to override the Martinez-Sanchez administration’s reckless veto.  At a march to restore higher education funding at the Roundhouse today, DPNM

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TODAY: New Mexicans to March to Restore Higher Ed Funding at the Roundhouse

Santa Fe – Ahead of the the 2017 Special Session, today, Wednesday, May 24, New Mexicans from across the state will march to restore higher education funding at the Roundhouse. The march is aimed at ensuring Republican House members focus on the the most important task at hand instead of issues that are inappropriate for the

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DPNM: The Second Congressional District Is A Priority

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Adds NM CD-2 to Target List New Mexico – Monday, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee added New Mexico’s Second Congressional District (CD-2) to their list of target districts. The Democratic Party of New Mexico reinforced this move calling the state’s second congressional district a “priority.” “Democrats are well positioned to expand our

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