Come meet with Jeff Carr, Candidate for Lt Governor of NM, at Gallup Coffee Company on August 23rd at 5pm.
About the candidate:
I currently live in Eagle Nest, NM with my wife. My wife and I are both teachers. My daughter graduated from NMSU and is currently communications director for the NM American Federation of Teachers. I have taught history for 26 years, worked as a Stock Broker, Commercial Insurance Agent, and Nuclear Weapons Specialist in the USAF and a Combat Heavy Engineer Platoon Leader in the US Army National Guard as a Captain. I have a BA and MA in History from Louisiana Tech University, a BA in Social Studies Education and 45 Hours of additional graduate work in Education Administration. I am a certified teacher in Social Studies, Language Arts, Performing Arts, Coaching and Administration. I was a Municipal Judge and Mayor Pro Tem where I live in Eagle Nest, I ran for State Senate in 2008, and I have served in the NM Public Education Commission 2009-2017. I am a Red Cross Volunteer, guitarist, singer, hiker and I am active in politics for the primary purpose of improving the state of New Mexico to provide a better life for us all and a better future for our children.
BIG IDEAS TO TURN NEW MEXICO AROUND WITH JEFF APODACA, DEMOCRAT FOR GOVERNOR 2018
How do we turn New Mexico around? Meet Jeff Apodaca, Democratic candidate for Governor, at APO Tour events across New Mexico. APO Tour is a “TED Talk” style event, with an engaging multimedia presentation on how to create 225,000 new jobs and bring real change to New Mexico. You will hear Jeff’s ideas and vision for the state, and have the opportunity to ask questions and propose your own ideas in an open conversation on how we create a better way forward. Join the conversation to turn New Mexico around at the APO Tour event in Gallup on August 1st at 5pm at the Hilton Garden.
ATTENTION Faithful Democrats:
Thursday, July 20, 2017, at 6:30 pm at the Newcomb Chapter House there will be a joint meeting of the Democratic Party of San Juan County and the Democratic Party of McKinley County.
Come to the Newcomb Chapter House on the Navajo Nation to hear about what’s going on in the area. As guests of the Newcomb Veterans Organization, we will hear from their Commander, Bruce Zah, and be able to ask questions of San Juan County Commissioner and Shiprock Veterans Director Wallace Charley, as well as Shiprock’s Emergency Alert Team’s leader Perry Begay.
There might be some surprise announcements!
Democratic Party of San Juan County
MP Schildmeyer, Chair Zachariah Ben, Vice Chair
Monthly Community Meeting, Newcomb Chapter House
Ward 1, Newcomb, NM, 6:30 pm, July 20, 2017
1. Call to order.
2. Pledge of allegiance and salute to NM flag: “I salute the flag of the State of New Mexico, the Zia symbol of perfect friendship among united cultures.”
3. Introductions, followed by opening statements of San Juan County Chair MP Schildmeyer, McKinley County Chair Cas Hoefman and Newcomb Commander Bruce Zah.
4. Treasurer’s Report, Carmel Gutierrez, Treasurer.
5. “Ward 1 and its precincts” presentation.
6. Connie Mack (Carmel Gutierrez) and San Juan County Fair (Catherine Thomas Kemp) activities and call for volunteers.
7. Healthcare update: Kari Deswood, Ward 4 Chair.
8. Special Guest: Wallace Charley, County Commissioner, District 1, and Shiprock Veterans’ Director.
9. Special Guest: Perry Begay, Shiprock Emergency Alert Team.
Directions from Farmington: Take the Bisti (Hwy 371) south to Navajo 5, turn right (west) and follow N5 until it comes to Hwy 491 at the Shell station. Turn left (south), and go about 4 miles to Newcomb Chapter on the right.
Directions from Aztec & Bloomfield: Go south on Hwy 550 to the NAPI turnoff (CR 7010) on the right. Go west until you hit Hwy 371, turn left (south) to Navajo 5, turn right (west) and follow N5 until it comes to Hwy 491 at the Shell station. Turn left (south), and go about 4 miles to Newcomb Chapter on the right.
Directions from Shiprock: Take Hwy 491 south until you come to Newcomb Chapter – about 35 miles.
Directions from Gallup: Take Hwy 491 north until you come to Newcomb Chapter – about 58 miles.
DPMC Will be meeting online on July 18th at 5:30pm. For more information, the dial in number and the agenda, check the Meetings Page or our Facebook page.
McKinley County Democrats Community Outreach at Twin Lakes, New Mexico.
Saturday, June 24th
12:00noon – 4:00pm
at Twin Lakes Flea Market area off of HWY 491
Contact: Sonlatsa Sunshine Jim-Martin
There will not be a DPMC SCC members meeting on July 4th. Our regular “Bi-Weekly” SCC Conference Calls will resume on July 18th.
You can find the agenda for the July 18th meeting on the Meetings Page.
All the Way documents the process of passing the Civil Rights Act and offers insight into the internal workings of politics at the highest level. The film tells the story of Lyndon Johnson’s first year as President, exploring his struggles to address the interests of both the Southern Democratic Party and the Civil Rights Movement, and details Martin Luther King, Jr’s struggle to hold together the multiple elements of the Movement in the campaign to pass the historic legislation.
Watch the movie at: http://www.hbo.com/movies/all-the-way
Mark Monchek describes what it means to create a culture of opportunity in any group and how leaders can help move organizations to the next level. Now on pre-order, the book will be published in May.
Read more at: https://www.amazon.com/Culture-Opportunity-Grow-Business-Disruption/dp/0692811257/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1493130970&sr=8-1&keywords=mark+monchek
A large portion of Middle Class America lives paycheck to paycheck, struggling privately while outwardly projecting financial stability. This article explores the prevalence of financial impotence and the underlying economic trends. Gabler argues that financial impotence and fear of failure “diminish our national spirit.” Perhaps by acknowledging these hidden financial struggles, Americans can begin to articulate a new vision for the future.
Read more at: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2016/05/my-secret-shame/476415/
The DPMC SCC members will be meeting on June 20th for our regular “Bi-Weekly” SCC Conference Call. You can find the agenda for the meeting on the Meetings Page.
Anyone is welcome to join this meeting. Please RSVP for the meeting on Facebook. You can join the meeting online or by calling (505) 393-1942 (no pin required)