These were former Fair Commission chairman and Board of Finance member Tom Tinnin, who resigned from the latter because of the deal; former Commissioner Charlotte Rode and current Commissioner Twister Smith.
All spoke about pressure from the governor's office to approve the 25-year, multi-million contract.
Also, they talk about how the Fair Commission has been "neutered"by the administration.
“If you do take a stand in the face of corruption, you are going to be retaliated against," Rode told the committee.
"Look at the agenda and the minutes. We never every talked about business at meetings, ever," Smith said.
"You need to have professional management," Tinnin said. "Keep politics out. (Politics) kills it."
Read more about this in tomorrow's New Mexican.