Referendum Project in New Mexico transcends partisan politics

By Sarah Valente Aug 4, 2023 We the people are in charge of the government, but we do not directly make or enforce the laws. So that average New Mexicans can lead normal lives in peace and safety, we elect representatives who will do this work on our behalf. This weighty thing that we place in the hands of a few … Read More

The Truth of the Referendum Project & and the Misleading Claims of the SOS

By Jodi Hendricks, New Mexico Family Action Movement During the 2023 legislative session, we saw progressive ideals passed by our legislature while family values were offended, and faith values were mocked. Despite receiving over 1 million messages asking to protect families, elections, and religious freedom, elected officials ignored the voice of the people and pushed forward the most radical anti-family … Read More

Referendum 2023 – Press Release

Press Release – for Immediate Release   April 13, 2023 Larry SonntagContact: (505) 366-8150  Nonprofit announces referendum process for five bills signed by the governor; Secretary of State stands in the way. New Mexico (April 13, 2023) – Better Together New Mexico today announced the people of New Mexico have begun the referendum process on five bills passed by the legislature and signed … Read More

Why are NM officials pushing for vaccinations in children?

Sarah Smith for the Las Cruces Sun News School districts all over the state are pushing students 12 years old and up to be vaccinated. Incentives are being offered to kids for being vaccinated. For instance, Albuquerque Public Schools recently said that they are planning events targeted at 16- and 17-year olds stressing that “the students need to sign up for the vaccine.” … Read More

UNM and NMSU should drop their COVID-19 vaccine mandates now

By Sarah Smith Dec 12, 2022 COVID-19 vaccine mandates at the University of New Mexico (UNM) and New Mexico State University (NMSU) should be rescinded immediately.  These vaccine mandates are being applied to over 50,000 students and staff all over the state, including high school students attending dual credit classes. It is unethical and discriminatory to deny students and staff access … Read More