Question: Does the government need more of your hard-earned money or can they find a way to do these things with what you’re already giving them? It’s a simple question that doesn’t seem to have been answered satisfactorily. Voting allows you to answer this question and gives you the power to choose whether you want your taxes decreased or kept at the same level; either way, the NMBC encourages you to VOTE!
Early voting polls are open with the final poll day on July 30. Learn more about this proposed tax increase here. Doña Ana County residents are encouraged to vote early. More information about voting can be found here.
The Las Cruces BASH (Business and Social Hour) was a great success! With over 80 in attendance, Doña Ana County and surrounding areas got fired up and vowed to make positive changes in their community.
Senator John Arthur Smith, provided an eye-opening and informative discussion on taxes, the Hold Harmless Agreement, and protecting the Permanent Fund.
Elected and appointed officials who attended the BASH:
Peter Ibarbo – Outreach Director for Congressman Steve Pearce
Senator Craig Brandt
Senator Lee Cotter
Senator Ron Griggs
Senator John Arthur Smith
Senator Pat Woods
Representative Yvette Herrell
Harold Foreman, Former State Senator
Robert Aragon, Former State Rep
Rick Little, Former State Rep
Andy Nunez, Former State Rep, Mayor of Hatch
Joe Delk, Chair Dona Ana Soil and Water Conservation District
David Clements, Doña Ana County Republican Party Chair
Frank Ruvolo, Bernalillo County Republican Party Chair
A Special Thank You to La Posta de Mesilla and Americans for Prosperity for sponsoring the Las Cruces BASH!
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