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Heather Wilson knows her stuff. One would expect that, you might think, given that she represented Albuquerque in the House of Representatives for 10 years.
Wilson, now a candidate for the U.S. Senate to replace retiring Jeff Bingaman, speaks in depth and detail about the challenges facing the United States.
The point here is that Wilson is not an all-surface packaged bundle of talking points. Far from it. Further, I don’t see how she can be any more bona fide as a conservative.
Wilson speaks with passion fueled in part by experiences during the two-plus years after her time in congress ended in 2008 and announcing her Senate candidacy in March of this year.
I spoke to Wilson in mid-October at her Spartan campaign office in Albuquerque.
We used a digital recorder. At the end, I needed recorder management help.
Wilson assisted, smiled and said it was part of the customer service.
This column and next week’s column will share excerpts from the conversation.
In a couple of weeks, I will post the transcript.
Morgan: What’s happened in the last couple of years? What have you seen? Learned?
Wilson: I got a dog, subscribed to Netflix. There were times with my family. Survived cancer. Started a business. Those were the superficial answers.
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