About 20 people showed up on Thursday evening to protest the Chamber's decision to award Berry a public safety award at the Albuquerque Museum, and they did so loudly and with a lot of signs and posters.
They grunted like pigs, shouted that Mayor Richard Berry was a traitor and that Terri Cole and the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce were shockingly out of touch with reality.
About 20 people showed up Thursday evening to protest the Chamber’s decision to award Berry an “excellence in public safety” award at the Albuquerque Museum, and they did so loudly and with a lot of signs and posters.
Stella Padilla, who is waging a legal battle to get on the Oct. 3 mayoral ballot, called Berry a traitor to the public, while others shouted, “Shame, shame, shame” at the mayor, Chamber CEO Terri Cole and those who attended the Chamber’s awards ceremony.
Here are some of the posters and signs they brought along:
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