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R. Ramirez

United States

#22 Oct 26, 2010
He's honest and will live through his term.
GottaLaffNM

Los Alamos, NM

#23 Oct 26, 2010
Prior to this past fiscal year, which began 7/1/09 and ended 6/30/2010, what corruption did Hector uncover? What did he do the first 3 years of his administration?
Roberta

Santa Fe, NM

#24 Oct 27, 2010
He prosectuted pay to play corrupted politicians
BILL DeCLEMENTE

Bradenton, FL

#25 Oct 29, 2010
Errol Chavez is a tried and proven "an Honerable man" while on the DEA he headed 8 State Domestic Offices and 3 Int'l Offices., Had 9 of his underling DEA Offices arrested when he found wrong doing! In that field of business it's nothing to be offerd a $500,000.00 dollar bribe "that right you read it right" It's hard for a working man to turn down that kind of an offer, and it makes the one who fires him very unpopular! EJC did what was right for his Country, Morals and Honor! He will make a Great Auditor for New Mexico! BILL DeCLEMENTE "I don't hide behind screen names"
Abraham Lincoln

Carlsbad, NM

#26 Oct 29, 2010
BILL DeCLEMENTE wrote:
Errol Chavez is a tried and proven "an Honerable man" while on the DEA he headed 8 State Domestic Offices and 3 Int'l Offices., Had 9 of his underling DEA Offices arrested when he found wrong doing! In that field of business it's nothing to be offerd a $500,000.00 dollar bribe "that right you read it right" It's hard for a working man to turn down that kind of an offer, and it makes the one who fires him very unpopular! EJC did what was right for his Country, Morals and Honor! He will make a Great Auditor for New Mexico! BILL DeCLEMENTE "I don't hide behind screen names"
Dear Bill,
using a "real" name on an anonymous message board? Really? Why for a moment are we to believe you are really "Bill DeClemente"? And assuming for a moment that you are--why should we care?

Did Chavez really arrest 9 underling DEA "offices"? Really? How does one arrest an office?

Did Chavez get offered bribes that he didn't accept? You mean to say that he didn't break the law by taking bribes? Gee, how honest. I am so glad that he "did what is right for his country"--he did not break the law. Now there is a reason to vote for him.
TR

Westborough, MA

#27 Oct 31, 2010
Ethically sound and a proven experienced and no nonsense leader

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