New Mexico Cattle Grower’s Association
Created in 2009, the Producer’s Relief Fund provides aid for livestock (which includes cattle, sheep, llamas, goats, and horses) displaced by a natural disaster. Contributions directly help purchase hay, feed, and infrastructure to replace drinker tubs, fencing, & barns. In the Hermit’s Peak/Cuervo fire over 1000 Cattle are displaced, and more counting the horses and other livestock. The Albuquerque office works with over 100 wool growers and their livestock.
A lot of the land that burned is an allotment from the U.S. Forest Service. The pasturelands are destroyed and the animals need a new location to graze. The CGANM will be working with Congresswoman Yvette Herrell to ask the Forest Service to make an allotment to place the animals.
What happens to the animals if they don’t get placed? The producers sell their animals and be shipped out of state. New Mexico loses a food source. We want them to stay with the producers because that is their livelihood and because they feed New Mexicans.
New Mexicans want Safety, Freedom, and Good Schools. We are for the family and have strong religious values. We are workers and business owners. We want to pay fair prices for food and gas. We want New Mexico to prosper. Our Conservative Values are the values of most New Mexicans regardless of ethnicity, age, and gender.
Ignite the Vote! Olé!
A Get Out the Vote Media and Voter Event
Saturday, May 21, 2022, 11 AM – 2 PM
Legacy Church, 7201 Central Ave NW
“As New Mexicans and Conservatives, we know that to win the November 2022 elections, we must engage Voters in Bernalillo County on common Conservative Values. Most New Mexicans want freedom: freedom to celebrate their faith, freedom to grow their families, freedom to preserve the sanctity of life, and freedom to take on the future.”
GOTV – Get Out the Vote — is the process of activities to engage and educate the voter and ensure that they cast their ballot while protecting the integrity and secrecy of their vote.
Join us at the 3rd Next Steps planning meeting for Ignite the Vote Ole’
Monday, May 16, at 5:30 PM
Calibers National Shooters Sports Center – Calibers Conference Room
4340 Cutler Ave NE, Albuquerque, NM
To have a successful event, we need committed folks to help with planning the 3-hour event.
IGNITE the Vote Ole’ -GOTV- is the kick-off for the Primary Election on June 6th and will bring together candidates, voters, and the media.
The Republican Party of Bernalillo County is the anchor organization of IGNITE. To make IGNITE the Vote Ole’ a really great event we must invite and use the talents and resources of the many grassroots organizations. Only the grassroots organizations have the power to change the course and structure of the Legislature, Governor, and Supreme Court towards values shared by All New Mexicans.
The goal of IGNITE the Vote Ole’ is messaging that invites and welcomes ALL New Mexicans to vote and elect the Conservative Candidates that share their values.
This is a free event, open to the public.
Candidates and organizations may purchase booth space for $35.00. The booth space rentals help cover the cost of bathroom facility rentals from Legacy Church.
Monetary contributions and in-kind donations will be solicited to make IGNITE the Vote interesting and user friendly.
Grassroots community involvement workshops and training for GOTV Get Out the Vote will be offered.
Invited Guests include:
Congresswoman Yvette Herrell CD2 – Confirmed
RNC Contact for Hispanic Voters – TBD
Local Legislative Candidates
Sheriff and County Commissioner Candidates
Food trucks, presentations, speeches, and door prizes are planned.
IGNITE is the Event Umbrella Name.
IGNITE the Fire -Candidate Rally was the first IGNITE event held February 19, 2022, at Legacy on Central Avenue at 11 – 2 PM. This was the kick-off event leading up to the Republican State Pre-Primary Convention in Ruidoso. IGNITE the Fire – Candidate Rally highlighted 13 of 14 Candidates for Congressional, Gubernatorial, and Lt. Governor races. The target audience were the delegates from Bernalillo, Sandoval, Valencia, Torrance, and Santa Fe. These counties comprise over half of the State Delegation. The event was open to the public and the media and over 450 voters participated. IGNITE the Fire -Candidate Rally generated excitement and visibility of candidates contributing to the largest Republican State Pre-Primary Convention in memory.
Recent census data shows that New Mexico’s population is 47% Hispanic. In Bernalillo County 52% of our Candidates are self-declared minorities and 42% of our Candidates are Hispanic.
Leanna Derrick 505-210-1460 c. or [email protected]