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Letter to the Editor: Issues or Emotions - PAC Activities Pollute the Political Process

on October 7, 2012 - 4:07pm
Letter to the Editor by Rep. Jim Hall-R
Los Alamos, Santa Fe and Sandoval Counties

Voters need to know about an issue raised in a recent Letter to the Editor in the Los Alamos Daily Post. Political Action Committees (PACs) are conducting phone surveys and sending out mailers—and may do other campaign activities in the future. 

These activities are independent of candidates, usually emotion-laden, and often misleading.  

PAC activities are neither sponsored by, nor coordinated with, any candidate or candidate committee. By law, fundraising and spending by candidates must be transparent.

Los Alamos Daily Post Candidate Conversations - Marc Clay

on October 4, 2012 - 6:07pm

The Los Alamos Daily Post concludes its series of video-taped conversations with candidates running for office in the 2012 election cycle.

Los Alamos County Council candidate Republican Marc Clay is featured in this video discussing the issues in a conversational format conducted this Wednesday  at the Los Alamos Daily Post headquarters in the Small Business Development Center in downtown Los Alamos. Councilor Vincent Chiravalle was scheduled for the conversation, but was unable to attend.

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Los Alamos Daily Post Candidate Conversations - Sheehey & Redondo

on October 4, 2012 - 11:58am

The Los Alamos Daily Post continues its series of video-taped conversations with candidates running for office in the 2012 election cycle.

Los Alamos County Council candidates Democrats Pete Sheehey and Michael Redondo are featured in this video discussing the issues in a conversational format conducted Wednesday at the Los Alamos Daily Post headquarters in the Small Business Development Center in downtown Los Alamos.

The Council candidates were paired at random and answered questions about topics that affect the lives of the people throughout the community.

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Los Alamos Daily Post Candidate Conversations - Girrens & Henderson

on October 4, 2012 - 11:58am

The Los Alamos Daily Post continues its series of video-taped conversations with candidates running for office in the 2012 election cycle.

Los Alamos County Council candidates Republican Steven Girrens and Democrat Kristin Henderson are featured in this video discussing the issues in a conversational format conducted this Monday at the Los Alamos Daily Post headquarters in the Small Business Development Center in downtown Los Alamos.

The Council candidates were paired at random and answered questions about topics that affect the lives of the people throughout the community.

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Letter to the Editor: Straightening Record on Several Levels

on October 4, 2012 - 10:58am
By Jim Hall
State Representative, District 43

I noticed the column by Ms. Gunther in the Los Alamos Daily Post. It is an unfortunate combination of rehashing a past issue and conflating political posturing with practical policy.

Since I strongly support New Mexico based businesses (see the business-related bills that I advocated) and have a strong record of encouraging New Mexico business development, the column is particularly disingenuous.

A forthcoming column (perhaps columns—this is not a simple subject) will discuss my corporate tax policy position in detail.

House Candidate Garcia Richard Campaigns in Gallina

on October 4, 2012 - 6:45am

Democratic candidate Stephanie Garcia Richard, left, was invited to a meet and greet/fundraiser by Gene and Peggy McCracken in Gallina recently, which is a new area now covered in New Mexico House Dist. 43. Gene McCracken listens as a voter speaks with Richard at the event. Courtesy photo
House Dist. 43 Democratic Stephanie Garcia Richard meets voters in Gallina recently at the home of Gene and Peggy McCracken. Courtesy photo
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Heather Wilson's Son at Coffee Booth Friday Morning

on October 4, 2012 - 6:39am
Photo: Josh Hone
 
U.S. Senatorial candidate Heather Wilson's son, Josh Hone, will meet the public at 8:30 a.m. Friday, Oct. 5 at the Coffee Booth in the Mari Mac Shopping Center.
 
Community members are invited to visit with Hone and discuss his mother's campaign.
 
For more information, contact JoAnn Johnson at 662-7981 or jajohnson710@aol.com.
 
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