Tuesday’s elections in New Mexico brought a well-earned primary win for Deb Haaland, an organizer and former Democratic Party of New Mexico Chair running for the U.S. House in NM-01. When she wins in November, she’ll be the first Native American woman sent to Congress in our nation’s history.
Haaland joined other Democrats including Michelle Lujan Grisham – the outgoing CD-1 U.S. Rep and Democratic Party’s gubernatorial nominee – at the traditional DPNM Unity Breakfast on Wednesday morning, held at Barelas Coffee House in southeast Albuquerque.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Michelle Lujan Grisham at the podium.
Michelle Lujan Grisham dishes with political journalist while unfazed by the chicharrones passing overhead.
Deb Haaland speaks at the Democratic Party of New Mexico’s Unity Breakfast following a primary win for her in New Mexico’s 1st Congressional District. Barelas Coffee House, June 6, 2018.
Michelle Lujan Grisham holds her granddaughter while flanked by State Treasurer Tim Eichenberg and Democratic candidate for State Auditor, Brian Colon (right).
DPNM Chair Marg Elliston makes welcoming remarks.