Politics: Enter at your own risk

It’s hard to believe that these candidates could support something so inhumane and cruel as taking the life of an innocent baby later in pregnancy. A practice that also puts desperate women in extreme danger, including death as in the case of Albuquerque's Keisha Atkins.

Let's be clear. These candidates support elective abortion up to birth, and the abortion lobby is right there with them supporting their campaigns through endorsements and political contributions.

The midterm election is less than two weeks away, with so much at stake for New Mexico families. We encourage you to know the facts about where all the candidates stand. 


ALBUQUERQUE—Today, Steve Pearce, candidate for Governor, called for the state legislature and U.S. Department of Justice to step in and conduct an independent investigation into Delta Consulting’s non-competitive contract to manage the state’s high-risk insurance pool.

“Today’s report that Michelle Lujan Grisham’s company, Delta Consulting, was awarded a non-competitive contract, which has spanned years and billed millions of dollars at direct cost to health insurance customers of our state, must be investigated. Neither Delta Consulting nor the high-risk insurance pool board have provided any evidence that the bid for the multi-million dollar, multi-year contract was done openly or within guidelines for such a contract.

ALBUQUERQUE—Steve Pearce, candidate for Governor, announced today his vision to make New Mexico an international trade hub between the United States, Latin America, and Canada. In a speech to the Economic Forum of Albuquerque, Pearce laid out a roadmap for taking advantage of New Mexico’s strategic advantages.

“New Mexico must strike now to make our competitive advantages work for the people of this state and the world. Our state’s geography, culture, bilingual workforce, renewable energy, and great weather for uninterrupted year round operations give us a lead on other states. We must have a vision and a leader capable of bringing the business community and government together to make it happen. As Governor, I will make New Mexico an international trade hub for decades to come.

Albuquerque, NM — Today, the Republican Party of New Mexico released the following statement in response to yet another despicable and misleading ad from Xochitl Torres Small:

“Voters aren’t surprised that Xochitl Torres Small is using the same playbook as Senate Democrats by attempting to impugn Yvette Herrell’s good character and reputation,” said Ryan Cangiolosi, chairman of the Republican Party of New Mexico. “Now, she is asking for voters across the 2nd District to trust the word of a former disgraced mayor of Alamogordo who left town under the cover of darkness and now lives out of the district. If there is one thing that voters throughout the 2nd district can agree on, it is that they are sick and tired of the desperate attempts of the radical left to influence their vote and choice on who would better represent them in Washington D.C.”

Michelle Lujan Grisham Skips Another Forum

GRANTS, NM–Gubernatorial candidate Steve Pearce shared his vision for New Mexico yesterday with voters in Grants, New Mexico. Meanwhile, Michelle Lujan Grisham chose to skip yet another opportunity to allow voters to hear from her directly, raising questions about her continued unwillingness to face questions over her shady business dealings with Delta Consulting and her ties to former Gov. Bill Richardson's administration.

Earlier this week, Gary Johnson was recorded during a town hall in Chimayo advocating for the elimination of Medicaid in response to a question from a voter in the audience. When the voter pressed Johnson on how his proposal to eliminate Medicaid would cause New Mexicans to die, Johnson shrugged, responded that it, “may be a legitimate concern,” and offered no solution to their concern.

Publicly, Johnson has advocated for non-specific reform and even cutting programs like Medicaid, Medicare, and Social Security. But at the town hall in Chimayo, Johnson advocated for eliminating Medicaid altogether, despite the idea that people would die if his plan were to be implemented.

Plan to cost typical New Mexicans at least $200 per month more in higher bills, taxes.

As a citizen who wants the best for the people of this state, I am deeply concerned about Michelle Lujan Grisham's plan to increase our solar and wind dependence to 80% by 2040. Based on several estimates of this plan, it would cost typical rate payers at least $200 extra per month in increased taxes or higher electric bills.

This plan, first proposed in 2017 by Rep. Nathan Small in Senate Bill 312, is now the cornerstone of Michelle Lujan Grisham's gubernatorial energy platform.

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