By Rob Nikolewski │ New Mexico Watchdog
Rio Arriba County will no longer pay to send county employees to NetRoots Nation conferences.
About five months ago, New Mexico Watchdog revealed two workers attended the well-known liberal political convention using taxpayer money.
“Rio Arriba County will no longer honor any travel requests to future NetRoots Nation conferences,” county manager Tomás [...]
Is there something funny going on with the surveys Public Policy Polling (PPP) is releasing here in New Mexico?
PPP is a national outfit associated with the Democratic Party. The North Carolina-based firm doesn’t hide that fact but insists it doesn’t allow its rooting interest for Democrats and liberal causes interfere with its polling data.
Republicans often [...]
Gary Johnson doesn’t want to go all Oliver Stone, but the former New Mexico governor and longshot Republican candidate for the 2012 presidential nomination thinks major media outlets are purposely ignoring him and shutting him out of nationally-televised debates.
“I should be included,” Johnson said in a conference call with political bloggers Tuesday (Aug. 30). “For [...]
In an earlier post today, I mentioned a couple polls commissioned by the über-liberal website, Daily Kos, concerning the Diane Denish-Susana Martinez and Ben Ray Luján-Tom Mullins races.
But there was another poll that deserves some attention as well.
Among the questions Public Policy Polling asked of New Mexicans they surveyed was their opinion of Gov. Bill Richardson. [...]
A couple interesting polls out today. One shows Susana Martinez up by eight points on Diane Denish in the governor’s race and the other showing Ben Ray Luján up by just six points in the US House of Representatives Third Congressional District race with Republican Tom Mullins.
What makes these results worth mentioning is that the [...]