New Mexico has spoken,complete results to Retake’s 2019 Legislative Priorities Survey and a report from road…lot’s of hurdles along the way about 12 inches of rain and a hacked computer.
NM is Last or Near Last in Almost Everything. What you need to know about how easily this could be fixed. Also, a week full of action alerts. Much to do in Santa Fe almost every day this week. Check it out.
Reflections on today’s election and some real concerns about our campaign finance laws that allow huge infusions of dark, outside money and local corporate money to flood our mail boxes with deceiving mailers.
Donate to Retake Today! If you believe in what we are doing, we need your financial support to cover ongoing expenses. Most of these expenses are largely ‘invisible’ but amount to between $300-$400/month. We don’t ask often, but the balance is getting low. 😉 Chevron, PNM, Big Money PACS Trying to Buy Key Elections. Buying…
Trujillo’s new radio ads are riddled with lies and personal attacks against Mayor Webber, Former City Councilor Patti Bushee, and me. That is to be expected from someone who knows no other path but deception. Enough is enough.
False charges from Rodella are rebutted here, plus examination of how five other developed nations manage their elections. Spoiler alert: none look remotely like the mire and muck of what is becoming perpetual, money/media dominated primaries & elections in the US.
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.
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.