Latest Recount Update
The NM Supreme Court hearing on the Land Commissioner recount that had been scheduled today has been postponed from today to Wednesday at 9:00 a.m.
In the meantime, a Facebook update from the Aubrey Dunn campaign says that the recount for the Land Commissioner race will be set tomorrow when the other races are certified:
The campaign also posted a Facebook status that they need volunteers in each county to attend the NM Land Commissioner election recount at the county level as well as contributions to offset some of the costs. To volunteer or to donate, please visit Aubrey Dunn’s website here. The date of the recount will be decided when the state canvassing board consisting of the Governor, Secretary of State and NMSC Justice Bosson meets on Tuesday, Dec. 9th (tomorrow).
I would stress that the Dunn campaign will need watchers during the recount process. Please contact the campaign to help in your county!
What are the Democrats up to?!
Meanwhile the Democratic Party of New Mexico (DPNM) is trying to dig up as many “ineligible” votes as possible.
One of my readers asked sarcastically that if the Democrats really want to give everyone a vote, why can’t he vote in the three counties where he is a property tax paying land owner? Now there’s an idea for my liberal Democrat friends to ponder. Lets just hope that the Dems step out of character and play honest for once– Dunn should come out of this a winner if the election recount is handled honestly. We are sick of the Left’s manipulation!
Those individuals who registered to vote through MVD is the issue we need to take action on.
If you, or someone you know, registered to vote through MVD and then had to vote provisionally on Election Day, please let us know immediately! You can call us at 505-830-3650 or email us at Recount2014@nmdemocrats.org.
Thank you for all that you do to support DPNM and to help ensure that every vote counts and that every vote matters.
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