On Tuesday, the Bernalillo County Commission, in a 4-0 vote, chose far-left Democrat Pamelya Herndon to serve the remainder of former state Rep. Melanie Stansbury’s term in the 28th House District following Stansbuy being elected to Congress.
As Piñon Post has exclusively reported, Herndon is a longtime Democrat political operative who was caught bragging in 2020 during a closed-door fundraising call for Ben Ray Luján and Xochitl Torres Small about ballot harvesting votes from senior citizens, a tactic that has contributed to voter fraud.
She said on the call, “Go by and talk to your senior citizens. See if those ballots have been put in the mail, and if not, pick it up and take it to a polling location… you can take at least one absentee ballot for a member of your family to a polling location. We want every ballot counted, Congressman [Ben Ray Luján] because we want to see that you and Xochitl Torres Small and everybody on that ballot for the Democratic Party gets elected.”
New Mexico doesn’t require a “witness” when filling out an absentee ballot, which makes it just that much easier for fraud to sneak in. According to the Daily Signal, “Previously, New Mexico required the signature of a witness as well as the voter on an absentee ballot. However, in 1993, the state Legislature passed a law removing that requirement.”
Herndon also testified as an “expert witness” on extreme far-left bills during the 2021 Legislative Session, including one to harm small businesses by hiking the minimum wage to $15 per hour, a policy championed by socialists like U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).
Out of the eight people who applied, including drag queen prostitute “Bunni Cruse,” conservative New Mexico activist Marcie May, and others, Herndon earned the support of the Democrat-dominated Bernalillo County Commission.Following Herndon’s appointment, far-left groups and politicians celebrated, including the George Soros-tied ProgressNow New Mexico, which wrote, “Congratulations to Pamelya Herndon, newly appointed to serve as state Representative for District 28.”