The Executive Committee of the Democratic Party of Santa Fe County voted overwhelming in July to support an impeachment inquiry. Since then, even more evidence – especially with the President allegedly pressuring Ukraine to manufacture dirt on a political opponent and withholding foreign aid as leverage – has emerged to support an investigation. Thank you to all of our congressional representatives for supporting our Constitution, the integrity of our elections and voting for the inquiry.
The Democratic Party of Santa Fe County gives notice of the upcoming County Central Committee meeting to elect a First Vice-Chair, Second Vice-Chair, consider an amendment to the DPSFC Rules and to elect one State Central Committee member replacement (male). Details of the meeting are as follows:
When: Saturday, September 28, 2019
Where: Gonzales Community School Gymnasium, 851 W. Alameda, Santa Fe, NM 87501
Registration: 9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
Call to Order: 10:30 a.m.
Proxy voting will be permitted in accordance with DPNM Rule 9-2.E. The proxy form for the September 28th, 2019 meeting has been sent to all CCC members. A proxy is “valid only when voted by a registered Democrat of the same ward as the person giving the proxy.” No CCC member may carry more than three proxies.
If you wish to run for First Vice Chair (male), Second Vice Chair (female) or the State Central Committee (male) replacement, we will post your 100-word personal statement on the DPSFC website and email your statement to all CCC members. Personal statements will be posted in the order received and compiled emailed statements will go out on September 19th and September 25th. Please send your statements (100-word limit) to email@example.com.
Our order of business:
- elect the County Party First Vice Chair (male) for the balance of the 2019-2021 term.
- elect the County Party Second Vice Chair (female) for the balance of the 2019-2021 term
- consider an amendment to the DPSFC Rules, namely the Code of Conduct that was distributed earlier for the Open Comment period which closed on September 6th. The Rules & Credentials Committee is reviewing the comments received and will send the revised amendment and responses to submitted comments on September 13th.
- elect one CD-3 State Central Committee member (male) to replace one member who passed away earlier this year. Gender balance is required for members of the SCC, so we will select another male for this position.
The Credentials Committee will meet on Friday, September 27 at 6:00 p.m. at 1420 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe, NM to address any challenges which must have been filed in writing prior to that time.
The DPSFC Executive Committee voted overwhelmingly to endorse the Global Climate Strike planned for September 20th, 11:30 am to 2:00 pm at the Roundhouse.
A member of the New Mexico YUCCA Steering Committee (Youth United for Climate Crisis Action) made a detailed presentation concerning the Global Climate Strike at the DPSFC Platform and Resolutions Committee meeting on September 5th. The Committee unanimously approved the following resolution, which was subsequently approved by the Executive Committee by a vote of 25-YES, 1-NO, and 1-ABSTAIN:
RESOLVED, that the DPSFC Platform & Resolutions Committee finds that the goals and objectives of YUCCA and the Global Climate Strike, as set forth at:
are consistent with the provisions of the DPSFC Platform.
RESOLVED FURTHER, that the Democratic Party of Santa Fe County should endorse, support and participate in the Global Climate Strike on September 20, 2019, at 11:30 am at the Roundhouse. Support shall entail setting up and staffing a Voter Registration Table at the event, public endorsement and assisting with publicity.
Join the Dapper Donkeys of the Democratic Party of Santa Fe County in the Historical/Hysterical Parade, this Sunday, September 8th. We’ll march with our banner and values statement placards to show what we Democrats stand for – and we’ll have fun with our Dashing Donkeys of the Day. Gather between noon and 12:30 pm on North Guadalupe Street by DeVargas Center for a 1:00 pm parade start. Look for the Donkeys with Bling and wear blue!
Join in community for a timely Fundraiser for Democracy & Immigrant Rights, featuring live music, dancing…and ice cream! All ages are welcome on Wednesday, August 21, 6-8:30 pm at 1420 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe. Lone Piñon will play traditional music of New Mexico and dance leader Lucy Salazar will get us going in the Cuna, Varsoviana, Valse de los Paños, Chotis, and more. Proceeds go to Santa Fe Dreamers Project, Somos Action (sister organization of Somos Un Pueblo Unido) and the Democratic Party of Santa Fe County.
Click HERE now to sponsor or buy tickets. Thank you for your generosity!
Dateline: Santa Fe, New Mexico July 30, 2019 – – The Democratic Party of Santa Fe County passed a resolution demanding an impeachment inquiry of President Trump by the U.S. House of Representatives at its monthly Executive Committee meeting held last week in Santa Fe.
The resolution’s passage came after a lengthy, spirited debate among the assembled grassroots Democratic Party leaders: the Mueller Report and alleged violations of the Emoluments Clause, tax evasion and campaign finance violations were cited as reasons to launch an impeachment investigation. The resolution passed with 18 votes in favor, 3 against, and 1 abstention.
The Executive Committee, elected leaders who represent all areas of Santa Fe County, were adamant that Congress must initiate an impeachment investigation in accordance with the U.S. Constitution. There is heightened concern that our democracy, especially with respect to free and fair elections, is under threat from unfriendly foreign actors, abetted by the President and GOP Senate majority.
At last count, more than 100 U.S. House Members support an impeachment inquiry. The Executive Committee of the Democratic Party of Santa Fe County moved to act because we want Congress to hear that among local Santa Fe County Democrats, the desire to launch an impeachment investigation runs wide and deep.
The Resolution to Investigate the Existence of Impeachable Offenses by President Trump follows below.
Resolution to Investigate the Existence of Impeachable Offenses by President Trump
President Trump Engaged in Obstruction of Justice (Mueller Report, Volume II)
President Trump Failed to Respond to a Russian Cyber Attack (Mueller Report, Volume I)
President Trump Expected to Benefit Electorally from Information Stolen and Released Through Russian Efforts (Mueller Report, Page 5)
President Trump Violated the Emoluments Clause (Blumenthal v. Trump)
President Trump Failed to Disclose Campaign Expenditures to Stormy Daniels (Michael Cohen Criminal Case)
President Trump Engaged in Tax Evasion (NY Times, October 2, 2018)
BE IT RESOLVED:
That Congress investigate the existence of impeachable offenses by President Trump.
Adopted by the DPSFC at its monthly Executive Committee meeting on July 25, 2019
Approved by the DPSFC Platform & Resolutions Committee at its monthly meeting on June 6, 2019
Join the DPSFC, Earth Care, and the Santa Fe Sunrise Movement on Tuesday, July 30 and Wednesday, July 31 for the second round of Democratic presidential primary debates. We’ll gather at 5:30 pm at the Center for Progress and Justice, 1420 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe. Bring a dish to share. Click here for more information.
Get your tickets now to Saturday night’s Fuego game, sponsored by the Democratic Party of Santa Fe County. It will be a time to relax and enjoy minor league baseball and the company of your fellow Democrats in a beautiful outdoor setting. Fun for all ages.
Tickets are just $5. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line FUEGO to reserve your tickets or click HERE to buy them in advance. They’ll be available for pickup at our Santa Fe Dems table at the ballpark. Tickets are limited, so reserve yours now! Children under 6 are free.
Join us this Wednesday, July 17 at 6 pm to hear Justice C. Shannon Bacon, Judge Zachary Ives and Judge Brian Biedscheid, all appointed by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, discuss the judiciary’s importance in our democracy and why promoting an independent judiciary matters to you.
The Justice and Judges will discuss:
- The structure of the New Mexico Judiciary and the role of the Judiciary in State Government.
- The panoply and protection of individual rights under the state and federal constitution.
- Seminal cases decided by the New Mexico Judiciary.
- What you can do to ensure an independent judiciary.
Questions and answers will be in accordance with the Judicial Code of Conduct.
Wednesday, July 17, 6:00 – 7:30 pm
Center for Progress and Justice, 1420 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe