Ant Thornton

The Next Lt. Governor

My name is Ant Thornton, and I’m running to become the next Lieutenant Governor of our beautiful state.

I’m running because the corruption in Michelle Lujan Grisham’s administration is out of control.

I’ve spent my life working as an aerospace engineer — but I don’t think you have to be a rocket scientist to see that Democratic policies have failed and wrecked our state.

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Ant and Glenna Thornton

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Dr. Thornton and his wife Glenna live in the East Mountains of Albuquerque where they are active in their local community and church. He has served on a number of Boards and supports local charitable activities including the East Mountain High School Foundation. He also spent 7 years as a Naval Reservist.

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It used to cost me $40.00 to fill up my car when it was nearly empty, today it’s $61.00. That’s more than a 50% increase in price and cost to me, since I am having to travel around this very large state during the campaign.

It appears Joe Biden’s people were at the Shell station before I got there… they apparently want to take credit for their “success”. #LetsGoBrandon
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It used to cost me $40.00 to fill up my car when it was nearly empty, today it’s $61.00. That’s more than a 50% increase in price and cost to me, since I am having to travel around this very large  state during the campaign. 

It appears Joe Biden’s people were at the Shell station before I got there… they apparently want to take credit for their “success”. #LetsGoBrandonImage attachment

Two of the biggest jury cases in the nation… Jussie Smollett’s fake attack noose hoax in Chicago and Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial in sex trafficking (Epstein’s confidant)… neither of which are receiving national attention from the media. Neither of which are being televised. Why? Is it because the first one doesn’t fit the “black victim” narrative that the national press likes to highlight and the second is because so many powerful people in politics, media, Hollywood, and Big Tech may be implicated that they would rather hide the proceedings to keep the masses in the dark?

If you still think the mainstream media is unbiased… think again.
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