Democrat Lawmaker Arrested and Charged with DWI — GOP Calls for Her Resignation

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State Rep. Georgene Louis of Albuquerque was arrested and charged with a DWI, speeding, driving without insurance, and failing to show proof of registration Sunday evening by police. Louis has been a legislator in New Mexico House of Representatives for nine years. She is the chair of the House Government, Elections and Indian Affairs Committee. New Mexico GOP Chairman Steve Pearce has called for her resignation and said, “this kind of behavior does not coincide with that of a responsible public servant.”