NM GOP Releases Statement On Upcoming 39th District State Senate Race

Posted On September 9, 2015

NM GOP Releases Statement On Upcoming 39th District State Senate Race 

Albuquerque, NM- The Republican Party of New Mexico released the following statement on the upcoming 39th District State Senate Race: “Senator Ted Barela will provide a better vision for moving New Mexico forward.  While Senator Barela will continue to advocate for policies to make government smarter and more efficient, Liz Stefanics will advocate for far left policies that are vastly out of touch with the communities of the 39th District. If voters want real progress for New Mexico, than their candidate is Senator Ted Barela,” said Pat Garrett, spokesman for the Republican Party of New Mexico.

Liz Stefanics is a known for far left progressive politics. The 39th District includes large stretches of rural communities throughout the State. Senator Barela was appointed to the seat earlier this year by Governor Susana Martinez. Prior to that he served as mayor of Estancia from 2008-2013.

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