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Democrats and Republicans call out Mark Ronchetti’s latest campaign ad – Brospar Daily News

GOP gubernatorial candidate Macron Katie’s new campaign ad is coming under fire from Democrats and Republicans alike as the race for New Mexico’s next governorship heats up. This week’s ad features Ronchetti’s wife, Krysty, and highlights a possible burglary she suffered in 2012. “She said, I have 911 on the line. The girl and I are in the closet. I have a gun. He aimed for the door. Please go home,” Ronketty shared in the ad. The ad went on to criticize Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s handling of crime in New Mexico. “Governor. Lujan Grisham made crime easier than the police. She released criminals from jail sooner and appointed weak crime judges,” Ronketty said in the ad. Objective 7 unearthed the report and we retrieved the police dispatch log for Krysty’s 2012 911 call, according to the log, no police report was received when police arrived Police arrived at Ronchetti’s home within 11 minutes Long Katie said that if it had happened today it could have ended differently “I don’t know what kind of response we’re going to get, not because the police don’t want to respond, but because we now put them in an easier position to be a criminal than a policeman,” Longkatie says. However, Ronketty’s announcement was met with some opposition. Jay Bullock, who ran against Ronketty in the Republican primary , said in a statement: “Whoever has posted this burglary ad should have done their homework. Mistakes like this make it easy for MLG to let us down. The team looks like idiots. Lujan Grisham’s campaign also pulled the ad, saying “Mark Ronchetti’s latest ad is a complete misrepresentation of facts to cover up his utter inexperience. The truth is that the events of the announcement take place at the home of Dragon Katie’s mentor, Suzanne Martinez. Goal 7 asked Ronchetti how the home invasion story had anything to do with the governor’s race, since Lujan Grisham was not governor at the time. Katie Long replied, “My answer is simple. The problem we had with this issue is much worse now. And we have fewer police and more violent crime and murder. And we see no right to take action. The ad goes on to claim that, if elected, Ronchetti will end the arrest and release, so we asked how he plans to do that. “Some say, yes, we can do it through the legislative process. Some are saying we may have to go through the ballot initiative process whatever that looks like we have to have a presumptive detention in New Mexico because if there’s a fear that someone is violent they shouldn’t have hurt the people of this state,” Long Katie said. The ad was also criticized by gubernatorial candidate Karen Bedonie, who said in a statement: “It happened in 2012 and it never mentioned or mentioned in the 2020 Senate race. “Evoking shows he did. If he understood the Second Amendment, his family shouldn’t be so scared. They need to be ready, trained, and able to fend for themselves.”

GOP gubernatorial candidate Macron Katie’s new campaign ad is coming under fire from Democrats and Republicans alike as the race for New Mexico’s next governorship heats up.

This week’s ad features Ronchetti’s wife, Krysty, and sheds light on a possible home invasion she suffered in 2012.

“She said, I have a 911 number. The girl and I are in the closet. I have a gun. He was aiming for the door. Please go home,” Ronketty recounted in the ‘announcement.

The ad went on to criticize Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s handling of crime in New Mexico.

“Governor. Lujan Grisham made crime easier than the police. She released criminals from jail sooner and appointed weak crime judges,” Ronketty said in the announcement.

Objective 7 dug up the report and we pulled the police dispatch log for Krysty’s 911 call in 2012, according to the log, no police report was received when the police arrived. Police arrived at Ronchetti’s home within 11 minutes. Long Katie said if it had happened today it could have ended differently.

“I don’t know what kind of response we’re going to get, not because the police don’t want to respond, but because we’re now putting them in an easier position to be a criminal than a police officer,” Longkatie says.

However, Ronketty’s announcement was met with some opposition. Jay Bullock, who ran against Ronketty in the Republican primary, said in a statement: “Whoever posted this burglary ad should have done their homework. Mistakes like this make it easy for MLG to let us down. The team looks like idiots.

Lujan Grisham’s campaign also canceled the ad, saying “Mark Ronchetti’s latest ad is a complete misrepresentation of facts to cover up his utter inexperience. The truth is that the events of the ad take place at the home of Ronchetti’s mentor, Susannah Martinez. subordinate.”

Objective 7 asks how the story of Ronchetti’s home invasion relates to the Governor’s campaign, since Lujan Grisham was not Governor at the time. Katie Long replied, “My answer is simple. The problem we had with this issue is much worse now. And we have fewer police and more violent crime and murder. And we do not see the right acting.

The ad goes on to claim that, if elected, Ronchetti will end the catch and release, so we asked how he plans to do that.

“Some say, yes, we can do it through the legislative process. Some say we may have to go through the ballot initiative process, and regardless, we have to have a presumptive detention in New Mexico because if there’s a fear that someone is violent, they shouldn’t have hurt the people of this state,” Long Katie said.

The ad was also criticized by gubernatorial candidate Karen Bedonie, who said in a statement: “It happened in 2012 and it never mentioned or mentioned in the 2020 Senate race. “Evoking shows he did. If he understood the Second Amendment, his family shouldn’t be so scared. They need to be ready, trained, and able to fend for themselves.”

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