The article details (including some names and salaries) ten of those who have moved from jobs in the Governor's Office to elsewhere in New Mexico state government. Interesting stories include his deputy chief of staff, a former legal assistant and paralegal who is now deputy secretary of the Department of Workforce Solutions. She earns $99,000 a year, about double her salary when she began work for Richardson six years ago. (In fairness, she did earn a bachelor's degree in business/administration from the University of Phoenix while working in the Governor's Office However, she probably got time off at taxpayers expense.) Another is the maid at his governor's mansion who earns $46,315 annually.
posted on 04/10/2010 2:51:14 PM PDT
To: LegendHasIt; Rogle; leapfrog0202; Santa Fe_Conservative; DesertDreamer; OneWingedShark; ...
NM list PING!
(Let me know if you wish to be added or removed from the list)
posted on 04/10/2010 2:55:17 PM PDT
(Sarah: " Shoot ... Oh, I said 'shoot', I'm sorry" ... followed with an embarrassed grin on her face)
Bet anyone there’s no teachers, cops, fireman, garbage collectors, bus drivers, etc. on that exempt list..
posted on 04/10/2010 3:01:10 PM PDT
( schmuckie schucks)
A $46,000 per year maid? I know she’s not the only person working in the mansion so how is that salary justified? Shoot, I’ll quit my job and be the maid!
posted on 04/10/2010 5:19:53 PM PDT
("the American presidency is not supposed to be a journey of personal discover" Sarah Palin)
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