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Posted: Friday, June 20, 2014 7:45 pm | Updated: 12:32 am, Sat Jun 21, 2014.

Less than a day after Gov. Susana Martinez’s campaign launched its latest ad blasting her Democratic opponent Gary King, the Republican Governors Association weighs in with a new King attack, the group’s third attack since the June 3 primary.

If anything, the tone of the new 30-second spot is even harsher, and the still photographs of King it contains are even more unflattering than those in the group’s previous ads.

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5 comments:

  • STEVE Solano posted at 6:41 pm on Sat, Jun 21, 2014.

    gpa Posts: 14

    NOW if the Albuquerque Journal would face up to the one sided reporting and report the truth like the SFNM tries to do NM would be better off. NM is better off without Suzanna Martinez. Sis not one of us as her ads claim.

     
  • Donald Gallegos posted at 1:47 pm on Sat, Jun 21, 2014.

    Don Gall Posts: 8

    Congratulations to the members of the AG's Medicaid Fraud and Elder Abuse Division. Your hard work and dedication has shown that the AG's office is serious when fighting corruption and fraud. Let's see if the governor can follow that example, or just lie that she 'Intends" to fight fraud and corruption or if she will address the real reason for awarding behavioral health contracts to AZ providers, who may have been contributors to her 2010 campaign. Again, congratulations to the staff and AG King for their hard work.

     
  • Cathy McManus posted at 11:17 am on Sat, Jun 21, 2014.

    CMcManus Posts: 40

    Sounds like AG King's office has been very instrumental about turning the #'s around! Now Gov. Martinez when will the state see reimbursement for your non state related trips outside of NM during your tenure so far? Think you and your campaign can shut up about Fraud now.

     
  • Julian R. Grace posted at 8:49 am on Sat, Jun 21, 2014.

    Logies New Mexican Posts: 108

    Thank you New Mexican for pointing out the fraud committed by the republican governors association!

     
  • NMAGO posted at 8:28 am on Sat, Jun 21, 2014.

    NMAGO Posts: 1

    Congratulations to the Attorney General's exceptionally hardworking members of the Medicaid Fraud & Elder Abuse Division. They have all been dedicated to making a positive change in the fraud recovery numbers and it's a welcomed pleasure to see The Santa Fe New Mexican and others recognize their good work for our State.

     

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