During the Texas Democratic Party’s State Convention last week, Beto O’Rourke rallied Democratic activists from all over the state in a rousing speech about a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to take back Texas’ junior seat in the United States Senate. Many more photos are available from this gallery of Rep. O’Rourke and other statewide candidates at the podium. If you are interested in using these, please contact us and be prepared for our request to include a photo credit to Poli Pix Co.!
Five years ago, Texas State Senator Wendy Davis took a stand into history with an historic 13-hour filibuster in support of women’s reproductive choice throughout Texas. ‘The People’s Filibuster’ propelled her and campaign for Governor of Texas a year later. Poli Pix was honored to contribute to this important anniversary celebration in Fort Worth, hosted by Davis’ nonprofit, Deeds Not Words.
These photos make-up roughly 1/3 of the total gallery, soon available on it’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/deedsnotwords/
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.
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.
DPNM Chair Marg Elliston makes welcoming remarks.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Michelle Lujan Grisham at the podium.
Michelle Lujan Grisham dishes with political journalist while unfazed by the chicharrones passing overhead.
Michelle Lujan Grisham holds her granddaughter while flanked by State Treasurer Tim Eichenberg and Democratic candidate for State Auditor, Brian Colon (right).
This Saturday, Poli Pix joined roughly 200 activists gathered in Santa Teresa, NM to protest the continued construction of the 2000+ mile border wall along the southern U.S. border.
With temperatures topping out at 100 degrees, demonstrators called attention to the ecological consequences of the structure across the Chihuahuan and Sonoran deserts, expressing collective dismay at the Trump administration’s spending on the structure.
New Mexico statewide Democratic primary candidates Billy Garrett, Garrett VeneKlasen, and Bill McCamley were in attendance.
Please contact us to view our full gallery of the event.
Last night Poli Pix attended a community meet-and-greet welcoming Democratic gubernatorial candidate and media executive Jeff Apodaca to Santa Rosa, NM.
Tequila goggles notwithstanding, we’re still #HumansAgainstTedCruz
Billy Garrett, Dona Ana County Commissioner and Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor, meets supporters at a Mesilla, NM fundraiser hosted by former NM State Representative J. Paul Taylor. The event was hosted at Rep. Taylor’s home, which is one of the oldest residential structures in Old Mesilla. Both the house and collection of art will be delivered to the State of New Mexico by Mr. Taylor’s estate.
Independents joined together for a conversation about ending the political duopoly held by both major political parties. Greg Orman (KS), Craig O’Dear (MO) and Nick Thomas (CO) – not pictured.
Standing room only at Boulder Our Revolution’s Congressional District 2 Candidate Forum in Boulder, Colorado.
Democratic Party of New Mexico Chair Deb Haaland joins former DPNM Chair John Wertheim at the Women’s March on Washington, D.C. January 21, 2018.