Gary Johnson Shouts Expletive
During Mick Rich Answer to Audience Question
Published 8:30 a.m. MT Oct. 3, 2018 | Updated 4:38 p.m. MT Oct. 3, 2018
DEMING – U.S. Senate Candidate Gary Johnson of the New Mexico Libertarian Party shouted bull___t during Republican candidate Mick Rich’s answer to an audience question at the Deming 2018 Chamber Candidate Forum on Thursday hosted by the First United Methodist Church.
ALBUQUERQUE – Michelle Lujan Grisham has allegedly been floating names for potential cabinet nominees. Lujan Grisham has not only taken the governor’s race for granted, but she’s signaled to New Mexicans that she will make absolutely no effort to work in a bipartisan manner by floating the names of far-left partisan insiders like radical environmentalist Garrett VeneKlasen and corrupt State Representative Bill McCamley.
Socorro County Commissioner Glen Duggins Endorses Steve Pearce After False Claim He Endorsed Lujan Grisham
ALBUQUERQUE—Socorro County Commissioner Glen Duggins today endorsed Steve Pearce for Governor following a false claim last week by Michelle Lujan Grisham that he had endorsed her.
"I'd like to clear something up: I fully support Steve Pearce for Governor. It's disappointing that Michelle Lujan Grisham chose to mislead voters by including my name in a list of endorsements without my agreement or permission. Steve Pearce is the only candidate in this race who will create jobs, fix education, solve poverty, and tackle crime. That's why I'm proud to publicly endorse him today for Governor of New Mexico," said Duggins.
New Mexico Democrat gubernatorial nominee Michelle Luan Grisham is once again getting called out for her blatant hypocrisy and insincere political posturing.
A new editorial from the Albuquerque Journal at https://www.abqjournal.com/1223522/lujan-grisham-earns-red-card-for-unm-pandering.html blasts Lujan Grisham for “pandering” to different audiences on the University of New Mexico’s recent athletic program budget cuts.
At a recent gubernatorial forum, Lujan Grisham pledged to provide new “oversight” of the University to “restore” the cuts. But “just days later,” when speaking to the Albuquerque Journal, Lujan Grisham completely changed her tune, calling for “independent” regents who “work without political goals.”
Lujan Grisham’s phony rhetoric on education cuts shows once again that she can’t be trusted to “make tough calls” or to keep her word to voters.
Albuquerque Journal reports:
As the SF New Mexican article states, "The State Auditor has a responsibility to verify that the Village (of Questa) has resolved the procurement issue that has been identified as a major problem in every single audit since 2011." 2011! That's SEVEN years ago! Hello! Calling Hector and Tim...
As much as his opponents wish, Wayne Johnson is not on a political witch-hunt. He's on the hunt for the abuse of your taxpayer dollars. And he's kicking over ant hills and powerful Democrats aren't happy that their schemes are being uncovered.
Albuquerque Journal Gives
Lujan Grisham “Red Card” for UNM Pandering
Read the full editorial here: https://www.abqjournal.com/1223522/lujan-grisham-earns-red-card-for-unm-pandering.html
Attorney General Candidate Michael Hendricks was the co-author and attorney for amici on the amicus brief that the Supreme Court relied upon in part to find NM Secretary of State did not have the legal authority to promulgate a requirement for straight ticket voting
ALBUQUERQUE: Friday, Michael Hendricks candidate for attorney general, was elated to hear the oral arguments, questions by the justices, and the decision at the New Mexico Supreme Court on Wednesday. It was the brief that he co-authored and was the attorney representing the amici, friends of the court, which included 23 state officials and a libertarian Secretary of State candidate, that was relied upon in part by the justices to come to their 5-0 decision.
ALBUQUERQUE—The Pearce for Governor campaign released a new ad today entitled, “Exposed.” The ad, which cites multiple, highly credible media reports of Grisham’s history of insider dealings and corruption, will air statewide on network and cable television.
Steve Pearce issued the following statement:
“As I travel all across our great state, I hear a consistent theme from New Mexicans from all political backgrounds. They tell me, ‘we are sick and tired of New Mexico politicians who game the system for their personal benefit.’ New Mexicans are tired of it. I'm tired of it. But if New Mexico elects Michelle Lujan Grisham, we'll be stuck with yet another self-serving corrupt politician who's in it for herself - not the people of New Mexico.