Republican Party of New Mexico Releases Statement on Results of Presidential, New Mexico Elections

Posted On November 9, 2016

Republican Party of New Mexico Releases Statement on Results of Presidential, New Mexico Elections

Albuquerque, NM – Today, the Republican Party of New Mexico released the following statement on the results of the presidential election and the election in New Mexico:

“The silent majority has carried Donald Trump and Republicans across the country to victory tonight. The Republican Party of New Mexico was behind Donald Trump from the day he won the primary and it’s unfortunate more New Mexicans were not as well, but this is an unprecedented victory for Republicans overall,” said Republican Party of New Mexico Chairman Debbie Maestas. “We are excited to have elected Justice Judy Nakamura, the first Republican woman ever elected to the Supreme Court. Further, Greg Baca defeating Michael Sanchez is a huge success not only for Republicans, but for all New Mexicans.”

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