SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez is in Texas Thursday to give the keynote address for the 2013 Biennial Convention of the Texas Federation of Republican Women.
Martinez political adviser Jay McCleskey says Martinez will be returning to New Mexico Thursday evening. The Texas group is covering the costs of her travel.
McCleskey says she also has several political trips scheduled next week.
On Monday, she goes to Oklahoma for a re-election fundraising event. On Wednesday she plans to travel to Denver discuss job creation and New Mexico's improved business climate with Colorado business leaders. Costs of that trip will be covered by the Colorado Chamber of Commerce.
On Thursday, she will be in Wisconsin for fundraising events for Governor Scott Walker in Madison and Milwaukee. Costs for her travel will be paid by the Walker campaign.
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