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New Mexico Republican National Committeewoman appointed to RNC'snewly created Election Integrity Committee.

Albuquerque, February 17–Tina Dziuk, Republican National Committeewoman for New Mexico, has been appointed to the RNC’s newly formed Committee on Election Integrity. Twelve men and 12 women, representing 21 states and the District of Columbia, were selected to the newly created Committee.

“I’m truly honored to have been chosen to serve on this important committee. I believe election integrity is the core issue moving into the 2022 midterm elections. Voters who do not have faith in the election process will not want to participate. It’s imperative that we restore the voters’ trust in our political process. Fair and honest elections are key to helping our party win vital races and to improve the lives of constituents here in New Mexico and around the nation.”

The new Committee on Election Integrity will examine voting irregularities and other issues from this past election and recommend best practices and other strategies to help ensure that future elections are free and fair. Many election questions and voting anomalies remain unanswered following the November 3 election.

Committeewoman Dziuk currently serves as a member of the Republican Party of New Mexico’s Executive Board and serves on RPNM’s State Rules Committee. From 2018-2021 she was Chair of the Republican Party of Roosevelt County. She lives in Rio Communities, New Mexico.

The Committee on Election Integrity is one of three new temporary committees established by the RNC. The other two address grassroots efforts and presidential debates.

RPNM Chairman Steve Pearce currently serves on RNC’s Budget Committee, after he was elected at RNC’s Winter Meeting last month.

  • Sharon L Hohlfeld says:

    Republicans can have all the good ideas, but if they do not have a plan to stop the democrats from election fraud, we will never win. People that want to vote republican, have decided not to, because they feel it is in vain. The people I talk with said they will not give to the Republican party, because they feel it is in vain. Enough on meetings, and surface rules and regulations, we need to see a plan on how the republicans are planning to stop the fraud.

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