On Saturday, the Democrat Party of New Mexico held its sixth annual “Rising Star Dinner” at Sandia Resort and Casino, with tickets selling for $150 apiece for general admission and $245 for VIP. Ironically, on the web form to purchase tickets, attendees had to agree that they agreed that they are “a U.S. citizen or lawfully admitted permanent resident (i.e., green card holder),” despite the Democrat Party’s open borders platform.
The dinner is described on the New Mexico Democrat Party’s Facebook page as “the biggest event of the election season,” with U.S. Rep. Xochitl Torres Small and State Rep. Andrés Romero being the honorees.
Judging by the Facebook and Twitter photographs published from the Democrat Party, Torres Small cozied up to far-left New Mexico Democrats, including Rep. Deb Haaland, State Auditor Brian Colon, and others.
Others in attendance included Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver, NM House Speaker Brian EGOlf, and NM State Senators Ivey Soto, Sedillo Lopez.
Earlier on Saturday, Far-left Chicago Rep. Jesus Chuy Garcia spoke with young Democrats at Barela’s Coffee House, where young Democrats heard from the Representative on multiple issues.
These events come as Democrats start up the campaign season and prepare to take on Republicans most notably in all legislative races, one U.S. Senate race, and all three U.S. House races.
Rep. Xochitl Torres Small is still indecisive on the impeachment of President Donald Trump, but New Mexico voters are demanding an answer.