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.
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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.
Facing arrests, activists instal a massive hanging ‘Resist’ banner in full-view of the White House in Washington, D.C.. January 25, 2017.
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.
Shout out to Nick Hanauer and Eric Liu’s ‘Gardens of Democracy.’
A child’s bill of goods on Inauguration Day on January 20, 2017.
Looking down an empty hallway at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Building in Washington, DC.
Chicago’s Ben Brownson of Broken Nose Theater Company and Leadership Greater Chicago speaks with Wooly Mammoth Theater’s Meghan Pressman during a Leadership Greater Washington discussion on being successful in the business of the arts.
Canna blossoms frame the U.S. Capitol in one of Poli Pix’s favorite photos of all time.
LGW members – community leaders from across the Washington metro region – join for a jovial group shot during LGW’s 2016 Annual Meeting at the Pepco Edison Place Gallery in Washington, DC.