Shootings in Albuquerque share target elected Democrats The Associated Press

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  • It didn’t pass.Maestas said employees at his law office heard loud, rapid-fire shots just outside on Thursday and called 911.“I don’t think it’s anything we did or said, but just the fact that we’re elected officials,” Maestas said.
  • “I remember thinking how grateful I was that my grandchildren were not spending the night, and that those bullets did not go through my house.”Lopez, a longtime state senator, said in a statement that three of the bullets shot at her home passed through her 10-year-old daughter’s bedroom.
  • Seven days later, someone fired more than a dozen shots at former Bernalillo County Commissioner Debbie O’Malley’s home.Albuquerque police said technology that can detect the sound of gunfire indicated shots fired near New Mexico Attorney General Raul Torrez’s former campaign office on Dec. 10.
  • ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Bullets flew through one home’s front door and garage.
  • Maestas, an attorney, co-sponsored a bill last year to set new criminal penalties for threatening state and local judges.
  • Local school board members and election workers across the country have also endured harassment, intimidation and threats of violence.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) Bullets flew through one homes front door and garage. At another home, three bullets went into the bedroom of a 10yearold girl in a series of shootings that had at least one [+5504 chars]