Republican Party of New Mexico Launches Convention Guide Webpage

Posted On April 18, 2016

Republican Party of New Mexico Launches Convention Guide Webpage

Albuquerque, NM – The Republican Party of New Mexico is excited to announce the launch of our New Mexico Convention and Delegate Guide, a page on our website devoted to answering questions about the delegate selection and convention process here in New Mexico.

The page includes information about the process of becoming a delegate to the 2016 Quadrennial Convention and a delegate to the National Convention, as well as information about the New Mexico rules governing those delegates at the National Convention.

“We were inspired by the RNC’s Convention Facts website to do something to help answer the questions we’ve received on our process here in New Mexico,” said Republican Party of New Mexico Chairman Debbie Maestas. “The level of interest in this year’s convention is truly unprecedented and we wanted to ensure that everyone’s questions were answered.”

The page is prominently linked on the RPNM homepage, and the information is also pinned to the top of our Facebook and Twitter profiles for easy access.


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