Tipping Point New Mexico episode 310: Gubernatorial Candidate Jay Block

On this week’s interview, Paul sits down with Sandoval County Commissioner and gubernatorial candidate Jay Block.

Paul and Jay have worked on a number of pro-freedom issues, notably local “right to work” ordinances that were ultimately adopted in 10 of New Mexico’s 33 counties (including Block’s home County of Sandoval which adopted the ordinance first). Paul queries Jay on a number of other issues relating to his priorities for New Mexico, its economy, and the track record of current Gov. Lujan Grisham.

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2 Replies to “Tipping Point New Mexico episode 310: Gubernatorial Candidate Jay Block”

  1. I wish Commissioner Block nothing but the best in his bid to become Governor. Sadly, all his proposals for change would be opposed by the Dem controlled legislature, and the Dems have held a majority in both houses of the legislature for 81 of the last 91 years. There will be no fundamental change in NM until there is fundamental political change-and the voters have shown no interest in fundamental change. Even if he were elected Governor, without a Republican legislature, he really can’t do much.

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