Sandoval County Democratic Party
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The Democratic Party of Sandoval County enthusiastically supports Melanie Stansbury as the Democratic Candidate for the CD1 special election to be held June 1. Democratic Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver issued the election call and Democratic Sandoval County Clerk Anne Brady Romero’s Bureau of Elections has issued information on the election process for Sandoval County voters who reside in CD1. You may find the information on the County Clerk’s website here: https://www.sandovalcountynm.gov/elected-officials/county-clerk/bureau-of-elections/
Volunteer, Donate, Vote for Melanie.
From the Chair
Members of the State Central Committee (SCC) elected State Representative Melanie Stansbury as our party’s nominee to fill the Congressional District 1 (CD-1) vacancy left by Secretary of Interior Deb Haaland.
County clerks will begin mailing ballots to voters who have requested them on May 4. Early in-person voting will also begin on May 4. Election day is June 1. Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver has said that, as always, her goal is to have accurate election returns as quickly as possible.
The Republican candidate has already blown his dog-whistle by speaking about working across the aisle, as long as it does not interfere with his faith, supporting gas and oil, and “pushing back on public health restrictions” to help businesses. He adds that the CD-1 seat was red for over 40 years. (KOB 4. Click here to read the article.)
We are now in an accelerated election cycle.The Democratic Party of Sandoval County is putting out a call for everyone to get involved. The ratio of Democrats to Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives is too close for comfort. We must keep the CD-1 seat blue!
Please contact the Democratic Party of Sandoval County (DPSC) to volunteer to phone bank and text for Representative Stansbury.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to help keep CD-1 blue. You can also go Melanie’s website to volunteer or donate.
The Democratic Party of Sandoval County’s Second Saturday Meeting will feature a presentation explaining the proposed federal Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act.
Josephine Darling, a Corrales resident and a climate activist with Citizens’ Climate Lobby, will update us on Climate Change issues in New Mexico.
Another opportunity for the COVID vaccine…offered by the Pueblo of Laguna.
We (IPCC) have been offered the opportunity to give out vaccinations once again.
The vaccinations will be provided by the Pueblo of Laguna, and will be onsite AT the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center on Friday, April 9th from 9 am – 1:30 pm. These will be provided in the back of IPCC building in the parking lot, so we do want people to drive up and stay in their car to complete the registration and receive the vaccination.
If you or a member of your family would like to sign up, please contact HR at any of the following numbers:
263-3324 (Michelle Garcia’s phone number)
724-3517 (Sonya Yazza’s phone number)
724-3593 (Paula Purucker’s phone number)
Tell why you are a Democrat
If you are interested in being profiled in next month’s Why I am a Democrat please send me a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.