Heroes: Pat Davis

The tide is turning and America is joining us in making this land safe for all!

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Mr. Pat Davis was a community police officer in Washington DC where he saw the savagery of whites against our desperate and underprivileged African-American citizens.

He moved to New Mexico to bring his vision of Change for America to this romantic and verdant state. New Mexico is not only known for Los Alamos and the creation of the atomic bomb but for such instructional television programs as Breaking Bad which explored the white control of America’s drug trade.

As his website states:

Pretty soon, he’d built ProgressNowNM, one of New Mexico’s largest progressive advocacy organizations helping to elect progressive champions to school boards, city councils, and the state legislature.

In 2015, City Council President Rey Garduño announced his retirement and endorsed Pat to serve. Pat was the universally labor-endorsed candidate and earned the endorsement of the Weekly Alibi and a 100% rating from Planned Parenthood.

After choosing to run with public financing, Pat was invited, along with Eric Griego and Alan Webber, to join Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s first class of state and local candidate training run by the Progressive Change Congressional Campaign (PCCC).

That training helped Pat win on progressive values and put them into action.

As someone vociferously supporting Senator Elizabeth Warren in her fight for indigenous American rights Mr. Davis has targeted that most disgusting entity in America second only to the KKK: The NRA.

We must invite Mr. Davis to build his voter base in our Sanctuary and for him to become a real leader in social justice for all the peoples of this land.