Below is The Albuquerque Journal's excellent lay out of the choices before us.
The Albuquerque Journal recommends the three Republican candidates for the House of Representatives in an article titled Journal Endorsements for U.S. Congress
"The 2008 election represented a wave that brought single-party control of the presidency and both houses of Congress to the Democrats, including a near super majority in the Senate.
This single-party grip on power has led to a major expansion of government and an explosion in spending. We have seen the adoption of ill-conceived health legislation that while correcting some abuses will drive up costs for most Americans and cut Medicare benefits for many
. The government spent billions on stimulus accompanied by a promise that all that red ink would keep unemployment below 8 percent. It is now bumping 10 percent and the effective rate is much higher when the underemployed are added.
We have seen bank bailouts and a breathtaking pace of home foreclosures. Despite a barrage of ads, candidates aren't running ads that say they were proud to cast key votes on health care, stimulus or cap and trade. There is a reason for that.
This election is about a clear choice on America's way forward. It's about whether you want a government to take care of you, or one that gives you the opportunity to take care of yourself and prosper through your own hard work.
If you believe more government programs, subsidies and regulations — all enacted with good intentions — are the way to lead us out of recession and make us competitive in a tough global economy, then the three Democrats seeking re-election to New Mexico's U.S. House of Representative seats would be the way to go.
If you think we need to reinvigorate the private sector, unleash America's entrepreneurial spirit and have a government that will take steps to make the Intels of the world feel this country is a good place to invest money, we think you will reach a different conclusion.
The Albuquerque Journal is recommending a second wave that helps restore balance to Congress and places an emphasis on people over government programs to right the ship."
And then The Albuquerque Journal goes on to endorse Jon Barela, Steve Pearce and Tom Mullins. Click link above for more.
I also found a Christian Values Voter Guide on two of the candidates. Click on images below for a comparison on Values issues.
I couldn't find one on Tom Mullins however Tom is clearly pro-life click here for his plain and simple view on life before birth and many other issues. He seems to be a conservative Catholic which probably means he will be much more likely to support faith and family issues than would Lujan.
Here is Jon Barela vs Martin Heinrich along with Susana Martinez and Diane Denish on Values issues.
Here is Steve Pearce vs Harry Teague along with Susana Martinez and Diane Denish on Values issues.
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