Albuquerque Tea Party
Action Alert!
Rally at the Roundhouse
Opening Day of 2010 Legislative Session

Where: State Capitol Building  (located at the corner of Old Santa Fe Trail & Paseo de Peralta in Santa Fe.)

When: January 19, 2010
Time: 11:00 AM

The 2010 Legislative Session begins on Tuesday, January 19th. We all need to show our support for Fiscal Responsibility and make sure that Our voice is heard Loud and Clear!
We will meet at the entrance on the Paseo de Peralta side of the "Roundhouse."
Don't forget to bring signs and wear your Tea Shirts, Hats, Pins, etc...
We would like to suggest signs that deal with Fiscal Responsibility, and No More Taxes, even temporary ones which our Governor has suggested.

Parking Information:

There is a new parking garage just west of the Capitol. Spaces are available each day to the public on a first-come, first-parked basis. There is non-reserved parking available for $1.00 per hour with a maximum of $8.00 per day. Payment can be made in cash only, and bills larger than $20.00 will not be accepted. Lost tickets will be charged the maximum rate of $8.00. During the session, the garage will be open from 6 a.m. until midnight, or for an hour after the last floor session or committee meeting, whichever is later.

If you are carpooling, there are thirty spaces of public parking which will be set aside for vehicles that have three or more passengers.

The garage has about 580 spaces and is bounded by Paseo de Peralta and Manhattan Avenue, Don Gaspar Avenue and South Capitol Street.

Please remember that parking may still be at a minimum, so carpooling, or riding the Rail Runner, is suggested. Below is a link to the Rail Runner Schedule.
Rail Runner Schedule

Please remember to check the weather forecast for the day and take proper precautions.

Urgent Message from Hispanos Unidos!

Dear Fellow New Mexicans,

Please call Governor Richardson!
Ask him to put the Photo ID bill on his call.

Call the Governor's office at:

We need your help!
We need you to join the fight to secure Photo ID requirements at the polls. State Representative Dianne Hamilton (R) District 38 is carrying the bill again.  It calls for photo identification to be presented before citizens may vote, and calls for the state to provide photo ID's free of charge to citizens who don't have one and can't afford one.
Rep. Hamilton met with Governor Richardson recently and asked him to put her Photo ID bill on his call (that means the legislature MUST vote on it during the upcoming session.)
We just learned that the bill is not yet slated to be heard. We need our citizens to start calling the Governor's office and asking him to put Photo ID on his call. Call the Governors' office at: 505-476-2200
The 2010 New Mexico Legislative Session begins on January 19th, so we must storm his office with phone calls before that date!
See this commercial to understand the severity of our election fraud nightmare:

Please forward this message to all your friends and ask them to call the Governor.  We must not flag or fail now.
For more information about election fraud in New Mexico, go to:

Victor Contreras, Chairman
Hispanos Unidos
25th District Constituent Meeting
Saturday, January 23rd 2010

Rep. Danice Picraux, from the 25th district, will be holding a constituent meeting at the Erna Fergusson Library from 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM this upcoming Saturday, January 23rd. 

This is a great opportunity to speak up and be heard.  We hear that it is better to get to these events early because she has started earlier than the scheduled time at past events.  We must have a presence at these types of meetings so that the Representatives remember that they are working for us, not the other way around!