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Democrats Hope for Big Gubernatorial Gains This November
With the gubernatorial landscape being the mirror image of the Senate’s pro-GOP tilt, Democrats should gain, but state politics can be complicated.
2018 Could Be a Wave Election for Female Governors, Too
It looks like an unprecedented number of women — and especially Democratic women — could be elected to governorships in 2018.
Trump Courts Martinez by Dissing All Hispanics
Trump asked for the Latina governor’s endorsement the same night he argued that any federal judge with “Mexican heritage” couldn’t possibly treat him fairly.
Trump Goes After GOP’s Latina Governor
New Mexico governor Susana Martinez was supposed to be the future of the Republican Party. Then Donald Trump happened.
Martinez Backs Christie for President, Dogcatcher, Whatever
Anything he decides to do in life.”
Republicans Now Find Romney’s ‘47 Percent’ Sentiments Offensive
If only they’d realized the folly of “insulting voters” a few months ago.
George P. Bush Is Ready to Save the GOP
New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez Says Gay Ex-Stylist Was Too Chatty Anyway
doesn’t care that he refused to see her.
it gets better
New Mexico Governor Denied Haircut Because of Her Gay Marriage Stance
Susana Martinez’s hairdresser turned her away.
The Gay Hairdresser Revolt Has Begun
In New Mexico, a gay stylist refuses to do the governor’s hair because of her position on gay marriage.
Arizona Sheriff With a Fondness for Racial Profiling: ‘I’m a Poster Boy on This Issue.’
Anti-immigrant rhetoric is a vote-getter.