New Mexico: Endorsements

Current Endorsements:

Deb Haaland U.S. House, District 1
Maggie Toulouse Oliver Secretary of State
Stephanie Garcia Richard Commissioner of Public Lands
Steve Fischmann Public Regulation Commission, District 5
Leroy Baca State House, District 07
Day Hochman-Vigil State House, District 15
Abbas Akhil State House, District 20
Liz Thomson State House, District 24
Joy Garratt State House, District 29
Natalie Figueroa State House, District 30
Susan Herrera State House, District 41
Karen Bash State House, District 68
Democracy Dollars Albuquerque Ballot Initiative

Mary Jo Jaramillo – HD 8

Mary Jo is running to represent HD 8 in Valencia County to create an economy that works for all New Mexicans.  With over 35 years of legal experience, Mary Jo will ensure New Mexicans have access to access to affordable healthcare and mental health services, and a strong economy with livable wages.

Patricia Roybal Caballero – HD 13

Patricia is in her third term representing HD 13.  A long time advocate for working families, workers’ rights, and equality, Patricia introduced legislation for automatic voter registration, increasing the minimum wage, increasing tax rates for high earners while reducing the rate for low and middle income earners, and fought cuts to Medicaid.

Melanie Stansbury – HD 28

Melanie has spent her life working on community development and sustainable natural resource issues and is running for HD 28 State Representative. A strong supporter of local economies and working families, Melanie is focused on improving access to healthcare and transitioning to clean, renewable energy.

Christine Chandler – HD 43

Christine, a current Los Alamos County Councilor, has spent decades helping those in northern New Mexico.Now, Christine wants to improve the quality of life for all New Mexicans as a State Representative by advocating for affordable healthcare, protecting our environment, and giving everyone a voice in to ensure good governance.

Billie Helean – HD 57

Billie is an educator who wants to stop has New Mexico’s talent leaving for better opportunities elsewhere by providing more opportunity here. She wants to fix that by funding education so our children succeed, grow, and are able to pursue better lives; attract healthcare providers back to the NM; and supporting an economy that benefits working families.

Alexis Jimenez – HD 60

Alexis was inspired to run to advocate for “…our people, our land, and our water.” A former teacher, she is focused on raising wages and funding quality early childhood education through college/vocational schools so New Mexicans succeed.

Charlene Pyskoty – Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners District 5

A mental health professional, Charlene chose to run for County Commissioner to improve mental/behavioral health and criminal justice issues by providing treatment options and social services for those who need them. Working collaboratively with local entities and citizens, Charlene will ensure Bernalillo County residents succeed.