Republicans, Democrats deeply divided over pandemic response

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Republicans, Democrats deeply divided over pandemic response

Republican state House candidate Glenda Vargas of Albuquerque holds a doll representing a fetus to highlight her support for a ban on abortion procedures at a political rally in support of President Donald Trump and allied local candidates in Albuquerque, N.M., on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. Republican candidates and party officials are touring the state by bus to court female voters and highlight Trump's efforts to bolster law enforcement, ban abortion procedures, improve internet access and reopen the economy. Democratic Party Chairwoman Marg Elliston said the rallies are risking lives as large groups gather largely without masks in defiance of state public health orders that requires masks in public and limits gatherings to 10 people. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)
Republican congressional candidate Michelle Garcia Holmes of Bernalillo, N.M., speaks at a political rally in support of President Donald Trump and allied political candidates in Albuquerque, N.M., on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. Republican candidates and party officials are touring the state by bus to court female voters and highlight Trump's efforts to bolster law enforcement, ban abortion procedures, improve internet access and reopen the economy. Democratic Party Chairwoman Marg Elliston said the rallies are risking lives amid the COVID-19 pandemic as large groups gather largely without masks in defiance of a public health order that requires masks in public and limits gatherings to 10 people. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)
Republican congressional candidate Michelle Garcia Holmes, left, state Senate candidate Lisa Meyer-Hagen, center, and state House candidate Glenda Vargas arrive at a political rally in support of President Donald Trump and allied legislative candidates in Albuquerque, N.M., on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. Republican candidates and party officials are touring the state by bus to court female voters and highlight Trump's efforts to bolster law enforcement, ban abortion procedures, improve internet access and reopen the economy. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)
Anti-abortion activist Elisa Martinez, with microphone, urges voters to support President Donald Trump at a political rally in support of President Donald Trump and allied political candidates in Albuquerque, N.M., on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. Republican candidates and party officials are touring the state by bus to court female voters. Martinez remains politically active after losing the GOP nomination in an open U.S. Senate race to Mark Ronchetti of Albuquerque in June. Democratic Party Chairwoman Marg Elliston said the rallies are risking lives as large groups gather largely without masks in defiance of a public health order that requires masks in public and limits gatherings to 10 people. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)
Republican state House candidate Glenda Vargas of Albuquerque holds a doll representing a fetus to highlight her support for a ban on abortion proceduress at a political rally in support of President Donald Trump and allied local candidates in Albuquerque, N.M., on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020.Republican candidates and party officials are touring the state by bus to court female voters and highlight Trump's efforts to bolster law enforcement, improve internet access and reopen the economy. Democratic Party Chairwoman Marg Elliston said the rallies are risking lives as large groups gather largely without masks in defiance of a public health order that requires masks in public and limits gatherings to 10 people. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)

Republicans, Democrats deeply divided over pandemic response

Republican state House candidate Glenda Vargas of Albuquerque holds a doll representing a fetus to highlight her support for a ban on abortion procedures at a political rally in support of President Donald Trump and allied local candidates in Albuquerque, N.M., on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. Republican candidates and party officials are touring the state by bus to court female voters and highlight Trump's efforts to bolster law enforcement, ban abortion procedures, improve internet access and reopen the economy. Democratic Party Chairwoman Marg Elliston said the rallies are risking lives as large groups gather largely without masks in defiance of state public health orders that requires masks in public and limits gatherings to 10 people. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)
Republican congressional candidate Michelle Garcia Holmes of Bernalillo, N.M., speaks at a political rally in support of President Donald Trump and allied political candidates in Albuquerque, N.M., on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. Republican candidates and party officials are touring the state by bus to court female voters and highlight Trump's efforts to bolster law enforcement, ban abortion procedures, improve internet access and reopen the economy. Democratic Party Chairwoman Marg Elliston said the rallies are risking lives amid the COVID-19 pandemic as large groups gather largely without masks in defiance of a public health order that requires masks in public and limits gatherings to 10 people. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)
Republican congressional candidate Michelle Garcia Holmes, left, state Senate candidate Lisa Meyer-Hagen, center, and state House candidate Glenda Vargas arrive at a political rally in support of President Donald Trump and allied legislative candidates in Albuquerque, N.M., on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. Republican candidates and party officials are touring the state by bus to court female voters and highlight Trump's efforts to bolster law enforcement, ban abortion procedures, improve internet access and reopen the economy. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)
Anti-abortion activist Elisa Martinez, with microphone, urges voters to support President Donald Trump at a political rally in support of President Donald Trump and allied political candidates in Albuquerque, N.M., on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020. Republican candidates and party officials are touring the state by bus to court female voters. Martinez remains politically active after losing the GOP nomination in an open U.S. Senate race to Mark Ronchetti of Albuquerque in June. Democratic Party Chairwoman Marg Elliston said the rallies are risking lives as large groups gather largely without masks in defiance of a public health order that requires masks in public and limits gatherings to 10 people. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)
Republican state House candidate Glenda Vargas of Albuquerque holds a doll representing a fetus to highlight her support for a ban on abortion proceduress at a political rally in support of President Donald Trump and allied local candidates in Albuquerque, N.M., on Wednesday, Sept. 9, 2020.Republican candidates and party officials are touring the state by bus to court female voters and highlight Trump's efforts to bolster law enforcement, improve internet access and reopen the economy. Democratic Party Chairwoman Marg Elliston said the rallies are risking lives as large groups gather largely without masks in defiance of a public health order that requires masks in public and limits gatherings to 10 people. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)
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