This week, I’m talking about Civil Therapy and that door-to-door democracy only works when we are committed to working it. And that’s exactly what I’m doing in this race for the New Mexico House of Representatives in District 35! Listen in and learn more about how you can join me.
There’s nothing like a good ole’ local campaign without the door-to-door democracy. Am I right? Check out my fifth installment of RubioNM35 podcast, where I share stories from the ground. It’s stories like these that remind me everyday of why I’m running for House District 35.
No doubt about it, this election promises to be a slugfest. Presidential bare knuckler aside, there is the brouhaha for the New Mexico House, and tussles up and down the ticket ahead. As Democrats, we, by nature–are a peaceful bunch, but when the going gets tough, it’s time for our tender hearts to get our […]
The 2016 legislative session is destined to be remembered as one of the most contentious and least productive in New Mexico history. Here are my thoughts on one piece of it.
Ethics commission’s death reveals why many people have given up “Secrecy does breed suspicion,” and the deeply corrupt system that exists in our state is one of the reasons why my people — no, scratch that — why a lot of people choose to opt-out of participating in civic life.
Once again, it’s been a difficult week to pen down the New Mexico Legislature with thorough and deep analysis of what is occurring at our 30 day session. With bills being introduced and then pulled faster than you can say “Dear Editors,” it seems we’re in for another down to the wire, nail biter, frustration-fest […]
I know I promised you all an email last week, but as you may have guessed, the New Mexico Legislative session was a bit hard to report on. There were lots of complex issues debated and it was impossible to layout in an email. However, this week (and for the remainder of my campaign) I […]
By the time you read this, the New Mexico State Legislature will have begun its session — with the clock rapidly ticking for the next thirty days. That is how long state legislators, in both the House and the Senate, have to resolve issues related to our state budget, Real ID, fully funding early childhood […]