New Mexico Dem Gov Candidate Michelle Lujan Grisham Loses Major Newspaper Endorsement

Lujan Grisham continues to play defense in the New Mexico Democrat gubernatorial primary.

The RGA writes:

Michelle Lujan Grisham continues to play defense in the New Mexico Democrat gubernatorial primary.

Throughout the primary, Lujan Grisham has been plagued by accusations from Democrats that she’s corrupt and only out for herself. Just in recent weeks, Democrat candidates Joseph Cervantes and Jeff Apodaca have repeatedly raised questions about Lujan Grisham’s business interests, with Cervantes even arguing that she’s not “working for” the people she purports to serve.

Now, one of New Mexico’s largest newspapers, Las Cruces Sun News, is passing on Lujan Grisham, instead endorsingCervantes for the Democrat primary.

As Democrats attack Lujan Grisham’s ethical issues, New Mexicans are rightfully questioning whether she can be trusted as governor.

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