September 24, 2020

Dare to Change New Mexico

New Mexico

92 Years of Leadership

New Mexico tops most lists for undesirable attributes and hits the bottom of most good lists, and it has been this case for decades.

For 92 years, New Mexico has been primarily controlled by a single party. The results speak for themselves. The only way for our citizens and businesses to prosper is by electing a legislative body that is balanced and responsive to the needs of New Mexicans.

Together we can make a difference. Commit now to know your candidates and vote on November 3rd or by absentee ballot.

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A political agenda supporting rioters while condemning law enforcement Policies that support catch and release exhaust law enforcement and keeps our communities at risk. It is time to elect lawmakers …

A political agenda supporting rioters while condemning law enforcement doesn’t reflect New Mexican values. It should not be part of any elected official’s platform. It’s time to vote…

We can no longer solely throw money at education and hope it improves. Improving education means looking at successful states, including teachers, and approaching the problem from the bottom-up.…

The Governor says we’re in this together, but we’re not. Like Chris’s staff, she is fighting for her survival. Chris, the owner of the Melting Pot, has furloughed her staff for a sec…

Joan’s physical and mental health would have been better under more flexible Public Health Orders. During the Public Heath Order shut down, Joan, diagnosed with cancer, couldn’t get the li…

Teresa lost the ability to earn a living, was forced to home school, and ran out of unemployment benefits under the Public Health Orders. Teresa, a mother, an artist, and New Mexican, shares her hards…

Will you dare to change New Mexico?

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