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                    Albuquerque Tea Party Does Not Endorse Candidates

 


    For Immediate Release: The Albuquerque Tea Party, as an organization, has not, and will not, endorse any candidate in any election. Any attempt by any candidate or news organization to insinuate otherwise will certainly be taken as a negative by the organization, and its thousands of active supporters.

 

    The Tea Party Movement does not have a traditional hierarchy of control. There is no state organization, rather several local groups with the same set of ideals. ATP supporters are certainly encouraged to educate themselves about the candidates. After they have made an informed decision, supporters are encouraged to support and volunteer to help out any candidate of his or her choosing, as is the right of any citizen under the Constitution of the United States of America.


New Mexico Conservative Summit 2010

June 17th, 18th and 19th

Sheraton Uptown

Albuquerque, New Mexico

 

The left, and their mainstream media minions, are spinning.  We don't blame them.  If we were liberals faced with the political realities of the past 6 months, we would be spinning like a top!  They say that this conservative grassroots is shallow, that we will tire and become complacent before November.  They are relying heavily on American resilience sliding into a lack of resolve.  And with good reason!  Americans have tended to move quickly past our national difficulties and even our tragedies.  We believed that our Constitution and our free enterprise system would keep us strong and free and able to overcome whatever troubles we faced.

But what happens in America when our founding principles and our liberties are under assault; when our citizens are cynically pitted against one another by the left; when the attack is not from without, but from within?  The answer in 2010 is loud and clear.  Tea Parties, 9/12 groups and dozens of other citizen groups have attracted millions of Americans who have interrupted their daily lives to express their concern for our Constitution and our economic way of life.

Our voices have been heard, but now it's time to turn our words into votes, and that's a big job.  We need organization and training and to come together in this effort.  That is the purpose of the New Mexico Conservative Summit.  The Rio Grande Foundation and New Mexico Turn Around have invited American Majority to bring candidate and activist training to New Mexico conservatives.  American Majority has brought its training programs to activists in cities across America, with great success and high praise from all who attend.

The Summit includes a one-day comprehensive training for candidates on June 17th, culminating with a welcome reception in the evening where candidates and activists can meet and visit in an informal and comfortable environment.  Activist training begins with breakfast the following morning, June 18th, and continues until noon on Saturday, June 19th.   All meals and the hors d'œuvres at the reception are included in the $100 fee for the activist training.  The $50 fee for the candidate training includes lunch and the reception that evening, June 17th.

Please go to their website at http://www.nmturnaround.com/conference.htm for more information and to register for this important event.  We know that both the fee and the time required is not easy, but nothing we can do in this election cycle is more important to our candidates than preparing ourselves to work for them in an effective way.  Are we optimistic about our prospects in November 2010?  You bet we are, because of people like you!  But we cannot afford to slacken, even for a moment.  It's what our opponents are counting on.  We can take a breather on November 3rd.  Until then, we must do all that we can to preserve our American way of life.  Our kids are counting on us

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Special City Council Meeting



The Albuquerque City Council will have a special meeting on Monday, May 24th,
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm, to discuss the adoption of the FY2011 Budget.
Public comment will be taken on the agenda items. Try and get there a little earlier to ensure you get a seat, and a chance to speak, if you choose to do so.


The meeting will take place at:

Vincent E. Griego Chambers
Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Government Center
1 Civic Plaza NW
Basement Level
Albuquerque, NM 87102
 
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