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Hispanic GOP group announces N.M. officials

A self-described “center right” Hispanic Republican group announced its two New Mexico state coordinators on Thursday. The Hispanic Leadership Network named Jamie Estrada, a former Bush administration official, and Christopher Saucedo, an Albuquerque attorney, to run the group’s grassroots outreach efforts in the state. In September, HLN kicked off its efforts in the Southwest by holding a conference in Albuquerque having as keynote speaker Gov.
Jul 31, 2020

Hispanic GOP group announces N.M. officials

Hispanic GOP group announces N.M. officials

A self-described “center right” Hispanic Republican group announced its two New Mexico state coordinators on Thursday. The Hispanic Leadership Network named Jamie Estrada, a former Bush administration official, and Christopher Saucedo, an Albuquerque attorney, to run the group’s grassroots outreach efforts in the state. In September, HLN kicked off its efforts in the Southwest by holding a conference in Albuquerque having as keynote speaker Gov.
A self-described “center right” Hispanic Republican group announced its two New Mexico state coordinators on Thursday. The Hispanic Leadership Network named Jamie Estrada, a former Bush administration official, and Christopher Saucedo, an Albuquerque attorney, to run the group’s grassroots outreach efforts in the state. In September, HLN kicked off its efforts in the Southwest by holding a conference in Albuquerque having as keynote speaker Gov.
Jul 31, 2020

Judge dismisses ACLU challenge to implementation of new elections rules

Judge dismisses ACLU challenge to implementation of new elections rules

Florida Secretary of State Kurt Browning (Pic via dos.state.fl.us) A Miami judge today threw out a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union challenging the state’s plans to implement its controversial elections overhaul in 62 counties while a handful of other counties await preclearance from the federal government. The Sun Sentinel reports : The ACLU argued that the state couldn’t implement the law in some of the counties while waiting to see if the law passed federal muster in the five counties subject to the Voting Rights Act
Florida Secretary of State Kurt Browning (Pic via dos.state.fl.us) A Miami judge today threw out a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union challenging the state’s plans to implement its controversial elections overhaul in 62 counties while a handful of other counties await preclearance from the federal government. The Sun Sentinel reports : The ACLU argued that the state couldn’t implement the law in some of the counties while waiting to see if the law passed federal muster in the five counties subject to the Voting Rights Act
Jul 31, 2020
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