New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez has apologized after an audio recording of her trying to quash a noise complaint about her office holiday party became public on Friday. In the audio of a call to dispatchers, which was obtained by NM Political Report, a woman who identifies herself as "Governor Susana Martinez" demands to know who called the cops on her party when "we're in a room eating pizza." After the woman is transferred to a dispatch supervisor, she asks what the call specifically complained about. The supervisor answers that the complaint said “there was a party and people were throwing bottles off the balcony.” The woman who identified herself as the governor says that there was no one on the balcony throwing bottles and that “and if there were, it was about six hours ago.” In an interview on Friday with a local TV news station, Martinez said, "I just wanted to know, what was the situation, how could we resolve it."
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