Tag Archives: Dianna Duran

Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire As Details Emerge, An Administration in Crisis is Revealed

Just a day after it was discovered that Governor Susana Martinez’s top advisor was being investigated by the FBI, more details are coming to light that reveal an administration in crisis mode and focused more on retribution than on governance. The scandals plaguing Gov. Martinez and her top operatives and associates are reaching a fever

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Secretary of State Duran Must Put New Mexican Voters and Small Businesses First and Resign Immediately

Democratic Party of New Mexico (DPNM) Executive Director Joe Kabourek released the following statement on behalf of DPNM: “Enough is enough; Secretary of State Dianna Duran must resign immediately. Rather than performing the duties she was elected to do, Secretary of State Dianna Duran has become singularly focused on abusing the powers of her office

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Dianna Duran: Do Your Job and Stop Playing Political Games

Following weeks of back and forth between Republican Secretary of State Dianna Duran and the Gary King for Governor campaign over campaign finances, one thing is clear: Dianna Duran is playing petty, partisan games to benefit her own political party, while ignoring her duties and responsibilities as Secretary of State. “Dianna Duran has a long

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Martinez/Duran: Driving New Mexico to the Bottom

Gov and Sec of State do-nothing failures; King/Toulouse-Oliver ready to build a better future On June 3rd New Mexico Democrats selected their nominees for local and statewide offices. Our candidates spent months on the campaign trail listening to and proposing their ideas and solutions to solve problems and improve the lives of hard working New

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What’s Going On With Dianna Duran and Mack Energy?

Let’s play connect the dots with Dianna Duran, Jay McCleskey & heavy-hitting GOP mega donors: In 2010, Dianna Duran took $7,500 from Mack Energy Corporation. Then in 2012, Mack Energy, and its founder and president, Mack Chase along with another of his companies Chase Oil, gave $180,000 to start a super PAC, Reform New Mexico

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