Democrat Tim Keller Isn’t Walking The Walk, Tries To Mislead Albuquerque Voters

Posted On August 18, 2017

Democrat Tim Keller Isn’t Walking The Walk, Tries To Mislead Albuquerque Voters

ALBUQUERQUE- While Tim Keller is publicly financed through Albuquerque voters’ tax dollars, he will receive over one hundred thousand dollars in help from a Union group called ABQ Forward Together.
 
“Tim Keller is grossly misleading the public about his financial backings and support. As he parades his moral superiority of being the only publicly financed mayoral candidate, he is allowing tens of thousands of dollars from special interests to be used directly for his campaign,” said Ryan Cangiolosi, Chairman of the Republican Party of New Mexico. “Voters can’t trust Keller to manage the budget at City Hall when he won’t even be straightforward about the special interest dollars his close ally and former campaign manager is preparing to use for his direct benefit.”

Other News Background:

Democrat Tim Keller stated, “I am walking the walk as the only candidate running a publicly financed campaign, I am demonstrating that there is better way to get to city hall. (Democracy for America).

(Publicly Financed Keller To Get PAC HelpABQ Free Press Weekly, 6/30/2017)

(Committee raising tens of thousands of dollars to support publicly financed KellerThe Albuquerque Journal, 8/18/2017)

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