Republican Party of New Mexico Will Allow Press to Attend Quadrennial Convention at No Cost

Posted On May 6, 2016

Republican Party of New Mexico Will Allow Press to Attend Quadrennial Convention at No Cost

Albuquerque, NM – Members of the press interested in attending the Republican Party of New Mexico’s 2016 Quadrennial Convention will not have to pay for a press pass.

“The Quadrennial Convention Committee had originally decided to charge for press access in an effort to help pay for the costs of hosting the Convention, but it was never their intent to discourage press from attending,” said Republican Party of New Mexico Spokesman Tucker Keene. “Today The Quadrennial Convention Committee agreed to allow press to attend free of charge. We are excited about our Quadrennial Convention and invite all members of the media to witness for themselves how well managed and organized the Convention process will be.”


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