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Sat Sep 23, 2017, 10:57 AM

Pearce campaign attempts retaliation

Pearce campaign's latest press release:



HOBBS Dark money groups continued their attack on Steve Pearce for being the only candidate for governor who puts New Mexico above special interests, releasing a misleading and desperate ad today as part of an ongoing campaign funded by left-wing out-of-state donors with a partisan agenda.

"Dark money groups are pulling out all the stops to attack Steve Pearce because his vision for New Mexico is a threat to their partisan agenda," said Pearce campaign spokesman Greg Blair. "Steve worked with residents, ranchers, conservationists, business owners, and community leaders in southern and western New Mexico to protect public lands without hurting the local economy and their way of life. That kind of leadership is unacceptable to left-wing special interest groups, who parachute into New Mexico to enact a radical agenda with no regard for how it affects people who actually live here."


I think it's the other way around; Pearce is the one with no regard for the 99%. Protecting public lands? You gotta be kidding. Left-wing special interests? Like putting the needs of the people ahead of corporate greed? Yeah, that's a pretty radical agenda.

The group behind the ad is part of a partisan attack organization funded by dark money groups all over the country. Through shady alliances with other far-left special interests, these attack groups want to push radical policies like gun control, government-run healthcare, and appeasing and funding Iran, a state sponsor of terrorism.

"New Mexicans are tired of partisan dysfunction in government, but these groups thrive on it," Blair added. "Steve Pearce is the only candidate who wants to change the way things are done in Santa Fe. It's not surprising that special interests are fighting his vision tooth and nail."


His vision, our nightmare. This whole release sounds like paranoia.

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