New Mexicans should check twice before filling in their ballots for the 2021 municipal election due to pro-abortion dark money groups, namely, Planned Parenthood, which has endorsed and been promoting school board candidates in major New Mexico cities.
According to New Mexico Alliance for Life (NMAFL), Planned Parenthood endorsed the following candidates:
- Tim Keller, ABQ Mayor
- Lan Sena, ABQ City Council 1
- Cynthia Borrego, ABQ City Council 5
- Mauro Walden-Montoya, ABQ City Council 7
- Rob Grilley, ABQ City Council 9
- Alan Weber, Santa Fe Mayor
- Sig Lindell, Santa Fe City Council, District 1
- Carol Romero Wirth, Santa Fe City Council, District 2
- Roman Tiger Abeyta, Santa Fe City Council, District 3
- Amanda Chavez, Santa Fe City Council, District 4
- Becky Coran, Las Cruces City Council, District 5
- Danielle Gonzales and Jinx Baskerville, ABQ School Board, Dist 3
- Josie Dominguez, ABQ School Board, District 4
- Emma Jones, ABQ School Board, District 5
- Julie Brenning, ABQ School Board, District 7
“Based on public statements and electability, New Mexico Alliance for Life recommends the following candidates for Albuquerque Public School Board: Ali Enega for District 3, Crystal Tapia-Romero for District 5, Art Carrasco for District 6, Courtney Jackson for District 7,” wrote NMAFL.
For the Albuquerque City Council, the group recommends Dan Lewis for District 5, Lori Robertson for District 7, and Renee Grout for District 9. For the mayoral election, the group does not recommend supporting Tim Keller.
NMAFL wrote, “Tim Keller has taken campaign money from Curtis Boyd – the owner of Albuquerque’s scandal ridden, late-term abortion business Southwestern Women’s Options. In 2013, then-state senator Tim Keller also endorsed “Respect ABQ Women,” a group that worked to keep abortion up-to-birth legal in the Albuquerque city election.”
As the Piñon Post previously reported, Planned Parenthood said it was thrilled to endorse the embattled mayor.