"Once again, Progress Now is providing New Mexicans with nothing but misleading information. In May of 2012, Congressman Steve Pearce voted for H.R. 4907, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2012, and it passed the Republican-led House of Representatives. Progress Now chose to omit that fact, along with the fact that the Democrat-controlled Senate failed to act upon the House-passed bill.”
“It is hard to have an open and civil dialogue when groups like Progress Now are clouding the airwaves with misleading accusations void of critical facts.”
Recognizes a Lifetime of Service and Support to the Republican Party
January 1, 2013
RPNM OFFERS CONDOLENCES, PRAYERS FOR GOV. MARTINEZ AND FAMILY
“The RPNM staff, officers, and I offer our deepest sympathies and condolences to Governor Martinez and her family. We will continue to keep them in our prayers during this difficult time, and we appreciate Jacobo Martinez's service to our nation and to his community."
December 31, 2012
OBAMA CONTINUES TO PLAY BLAME GAME
With the deadline to avoid the fiscal cliff rapidly approaching, President Obama has decided to lay blame instead of working toward genuine, workable economic solutions.
December 19, 2012
RPNM OFFERS PRAYERS, CONDOLENCES TO FAMILY OF SPEAKER BEN LUJAN
“Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Lujan family. We offer our sincere condolences to all who had the pleasure of calling Speaker Lujan a family member, a friend and a colleague. His decades of service to New Mexico and the legacy of leadership he left behind will long be remembered across our state.”
Democratic Representative Has Violated New Mexico State Law on Multiple Occasions
Today, the Republican Party of New Mexico called for Attorney General Gary King to appoint an independent prosecutor to direct an open and immediate investigation into the fraud or incompetence of the Sandoval County officials that led to four to five hour waiting lines to vote on Election Day. RPNM appreciates the fact the AG has publicly recognized the “debacle” on Election Day and the possibility of the suppression of voters, but other than a press release, nothing is happening. Quite clearly an immediate investigation by a nonpartisan prosecutor is now required.
December 4, 2012
RPNM FILES COMPLAINT ON ISPAC’S FINANCE REPORTS
Today, the Republican Party of New Mexico announced that they have filed an official request that the Federal Election Commission (FEC) look into discrepancies in reports filed by Independent Source PAC (ISPAC).