In addition to weathering a Trump assault on Planned Parenthood; another school slaughter; another Israeli slaughter; we have more on Trujillo’s denials of sexual harassment: His ‘lie detector test’ is a total hoax.
We could be on a slippery slope to fascism as Congress may give the President power to detain anyone indefinitely without cause. This post also includes updates on Yazzie-Lovejoy and Romero-Trujillo campaigns. Also details on Monday’s PPC Rally.
Canvassing, House Parties, Phone Banking. It’s time to get out of our comfort zones and seek the change we want and to move toward a just transition in NM. Retake has five excellent candidates, all challengers, all underdogs, all in need of one thing: YOU.
Rep. Carl Trujillo has too many bad votes too much funding from corporations, and too many hostile verbal attacks on women who have had the courage to speak up. And evidence of sexual harassment mounts. It is time to choose.
You can write antagonistic blog posts at voters who support a candidate you have issues with OR you can have conversation with those supporters and try to understand. Retake took the latter path and today we share why easements mean so much in Dist. 46. Thoughts on Dist. 46 & the Easement Issue I haven’t…
Thoughts on the importance and potential for the Poor People’s Campaign coming in 7 days, our PPC civil disobedience training, actions for the week, and an assembly of the blog posts for the past week. A packed week, so now you can catch up.
Laura Bonar’s harassment claim affirmed by colleagues. Progress Now launches petition for Trujillo to resign. Rep. Deborah Armstrong indicates two other women have stepped forward.
If we want to redirect NM Energy policy and accelerate the transition to a sustainable and renewable energy future, we ABSOLUTELY MUST win at least one of the two PRC primaries. And Dist. 41 and 46 primaries are heating up too. Details.
House District 46 challenger Andrea Romero has no voting record, but she has a track record working in Africa and NM that is worth examining. After hours reviewing LANL Coalition board meeting minutes and interviews with many, here is what I found.
Just made public today: Animal Rights advocate Laura Bonar has accused Rep. Trujillo of sexual harassment and the board of Animal Protection Voters has asked Trujillo to resign.
Time to choose sides. Do we live safely in our comfort and accept what America is becoming or do we get out of our comfort zones and take a leap of faith? We’ve had very few options to really make an unequivocal statement. Until now.