Democrats Celebrate Grand Opening of Democratic Party of Doña Ana County Headquarters

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PHOTO: Debra Haaland, Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of New Mexico and Juan Sanchez III Vice-Chair of the Democratic Party of New Mexico cut the ribbon at the grand opening of the Democratic Party of Doña Ana County Headquarters located at 110 S. Water St. in Las Cruces.

Debra Haaland, Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of New Mexico and Juan Sanchez III Vice-Chair of the Democratic Party of New Mexico joined the Democratic Party of Doña Ana County to celebrate the grand opening of their headquarters in Las Cruces.

The new headquarters is centrally located and will be a place where Democratic candidates can access resources, launch voter outreach operations, and host events.

“An office in Las Cruces will be critical in getting out voters in Doña Ana County,” said Debra Haaland Chairwoman of the Democratic Party of New Mexico. “The new headquarters will be a place where our Democratic candidates will be able to work together to compete and win this November.”

The Doña Ana County Democrats Chairwoman, Liz Rodriguez-Johnson expressed her gratitude at the event, “This office will be an asset for Democrats in Doña Ana County. I want to thank the volunteers, contributors, and candidates who helped make today possible, and I invite all our Democrats to come out and help us get out the vote in our community. Todos están bienvenidos.”

At the grand opening volunteers, community, and Democratic candidates gathered outside the building for a ribbon cutting, and then congregated inside to hear from the Democratic Party Chairwoman, Vice-Chair, and county party Chairwoman–all of whom emphasized the need to elect Democrats and the important role the new headquarters will play in this election.

“Doña Ana County is a critical battleground for Democrats this election, and this headquarters will ensure Democratic candidates win up and down the ballot in November,” said Juan Sanchez III, Vice-Chair of the Democratic party of New Mexico.