Extreme, restrictive anti-choice initiative loses—big victory for women’s health care choices The results are in and Albuquerque voters said yes to Diane Gibson and no to out-of-state extremists. Councilwoman-elect Gibson ran a strong campaign that reinforced Democratic ideas to create jobs and support local businesses, stand up for women’s health care choices and be a
Failed congressional tea party candidate Janice Arnold-Jones had a chance to increase voter turnout for the November 19th election by allowing an additional voting center at UNM. Once again, she voted in lockstep with the City Council’s Republican majority voting NO. At the same time, she supports allowing mega-churches to have voting centers, again blurring
Failed congressional candidate Janice Arnold-Jones is trying to hide the truth from voters—she is a do-nothing, tea party Republican trying to win a 4 year term on the Albuquerque City Council on November 19. From the NM GOP: “Sam Bregman should be embarrassed by his appalling attempts to smear Janice Arnold-Jones in the District 7….
Matt Biggs, announced today that he is endorsing fellow Democrat, Diane Gibson, for City Council in District 7 in the Nov 19th runoff election. Matt Biggs is a small-businessman, Marine Veteran and native New Mexican who ran in the October 8th election for City Council in District 7. Below is a statement from Matt Biggs
Nothing. Absolutely nothing. Failed congressional candidate and Tea Party Republican Janice Arnold-Jones wants to be elected to the Albuquerque City Council for a four year term. Why? Like Congressman Steve Pearce, she lectures everyone about their personal beliefs and then does nothing. Ms. Arnold-Jones has no ideas, no vision and wasted 10 years in the
Former state rep and failed congressional candidate Janice Arnold-Jones, is attempting to win election to the Albuquerque City Council, desperately trying to hide her extreme tea party views. No wonder. The tea party is responsible for the government shutdown and is doing all they can to destroy the US economy. Why would an appointed, elected