Republican Roundup

Republican Party of New Mexico

Posted On March 16, 2015

In an effort to increase communication, the RPNM will be featuring updates and exciting news on three county parties bi-monthly. If your county has an event or news you would like featured, please contact us!
Mora County – Contact Chairman Frank Trambley for information about the county convention at 575-387-5799.

Otero County – Chairwoman Rocky Galassini would like to invite you to join them for their monthly meeting on March 26th for their monthly meeting. Various legislators will be speaking to talk about what happened during the session.

Also, on May 16th the Otero County Republican Party will host Daniel Bongino, former NYPD officer, Secret Service agent and Congressional candidate for a Law Enforcement Appreciation dinner. For more info on the meeting or dinner please contact Rocky at – or 575-430-8220.

San Juan County – Chairman Pat Cordell will be hosting the next monthly meeting March 16th at Los Hermanitos Restaurant from 12-1pm and is inviting the public to come and learn about the Republican party of San Juan County. For more info contact Pat Cordell – 505-486-2763

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