Alexis Johnson for Congress Starts Distributing Signs in Rio Rancho With Less Than Two Weeks until Election Day
Since my Departure from the Alexis Johnson for Congress Campaign in late July, Alexis — and her high-paid, out-of-state campaign consultants — are running one of the worst Campaigns ever witnessed in American Politics.
Upcoming Humiliating Loss by Alexis Johnson for Congress
Alexis Martinez Johnson has implemented a campaign strategy of hiring out of state campaign consultants who joined after the Republican Primary, Focusing on “swing Dems” for the General Election, and investing all energy and money on a late ‘surge’ of TV commercials. Once the votes are counted for the US House NM03 General Election between Alexis Martinez Johnson and Teresa Leger Fernandez, I am predicting Alexis Johnson’s percentage of the final vote to be a 38% with Teresa Leger Fernandez as the victor.
People will look back at numerous reasons why. One main reason I would propose is due to the entire campaign’s ineptitude of the task once I resigned as Campaign Manager, such as starting distributing signs in Rio Rancho on October 21, 2020 with less than two weeks to go until Election Day at a time when over 380,000 votes have already been cast.
The strategy that I had proposed to Alexis, which delivered the 2020 Republican Primary Victory, was to focus on online and digital marketing, focus on Rio Rancho and Farmington Republicans while attracting moderate independents, and working during the entire campaign season.
Alexis Johnson for Congress Campaign Losing Strategy and Failures on Campaign Trail
Rio Rancho and Sandoval County is one of NM’s largest city (some are expecting it to be the 2nd largest city in New Mexico after 2020 Census), but Johnson spent very little time campaigning in Rio Rancho in the 2020 Campaign, even after the Republican Primaries (and the population numbers) show that Rio Rancho will be absolutely essential to Republican Victories in NM and particularly in NM CD-3 as a way to balance out the extremely deep-blue corridor of Taos, Santa Fe and Las Vegas.
Alexis Johnson’s failures on the campaign trail are too numerous to discuss, but they include fighting for the “constitutional rights” of not wearing a mask and then pleading “no contest”, “selling out” to campaign consultants based out of Las Vegas, NV, and even stating that she “Admires AOC”:
Alexis continues to show her ineptitude on the campaign trail, and since my departure, the campaign has devolved into nothing more than what I would expect from a city council race in Taos, New Mexico. For Example, at a time when over 380,000 votes have already been cast and only 13 days until election day, Alexis Johnson for Congress announced that she has signs and has begun distributing them:
Before the two Johnson supporters claim “she has been distributing the signs all along”, she hasn’t. I told her way back in June and July that we needed to buy signs and start distributing them. Teresa Leger Fernandez purchased a ton of signs during the Democrat Primary, and left them across District 3 for the General Election.
Rather than securing her base of support within the Republican Party, Alexis Johnson took the seductive path of transforming into a Liberal Politician in order to pander for votes, such as when she said she “Admired AOC” during a New Mexico PBS Interview.
Additionally, previous to when I resigned as campaign manager, I suggested to Alexis Johnson and her Campaign Consultants that waiting until the last minute to do Television Ads may not be the best idea, for a number of reasons, but a major factor of this belief was due to the fact that mail-in, Absentee and Early Voting would change the election process from ‘Election Day’ to ‘Election Month’.
I also knew the effect that mail-in and absentee voting would have on the election due to the fact that I had went up to Santa Fe every day from July 2, to July 6, 2020 until the results of the June 2020 Republican Primary Election were announced by New Mexico Secretary of State, 4 days after election day.
Alexis Martinez Johnson is an Example of What is Wrong in New Mexico Politics
Considering the fact that I helped Alexis Martinez Johnson become what she is today, I can fairly say that Alexis Martinez Johnson is what is wrong with New Mexico Politics. When Alexis asked me to join her vision in October 2019, we based the campaign on “Traditional, New Mexican Values” which led to a historic win in the June 2020 Republican Primaries. Shortly after the primaries, Alexis Martinez Johnson took the well-worn path of New Mexico Politicians and “sold out” to out-of-state interest groups and tried to erase the contributions of True New Mexicans. After November 3, 2020, Alexis Johnson for Congress’s political legacy from 2020 will be an example to other politicians what happens when you sell out Traditional, New Mexican Values.