The Trump Presidency has become an assault on the health of our working families. It is morally bankrupt to take money from children, the elderly, the disabled, Planned Parenthood and those who have been left behind to give tax cuts to the wealthy. This not only affects our health but it will eliminate jobs in New Mexico. I will fight until all of us have access to affordable healthcare.
As a military reservist and a former US Attorney, I know we need to protect our country from foreign threats and our families from violent crime while respecting our civil rights. I have seen firsthand the damage sexual assault has on families, the impact opioid abuse has on our community and the hardships placed on the men and women who have been deployed. Fighting for them will be a priority.
New Mexico’s children need a path that leads to a good job, and this starts with a quality education. Improving education will allow us to grow our economy, compete for the jobs of tomorrow and give students the opportunity to stay and work in New Mexico if they choose. To do this, we need to protect public school funding so all of our students can get a quality education.
"New Mexicans owe Martinez a debt of gratitude for his accomplishments toward making this a safer place to live. We wish him luck in his future endeavors which, we hope, will keep him in his home state."Albuquerque Journal Editorial Board,
"We are deeply committed to civil rights enforcement, and sexual assault and sexual harassment are civil rights issues."- Albuquerque Journal,
"Through this Initiative, the medical and law enforcement communities are working together to bring hope to New Mexico by educating our communities about the dangers of prescription painkillers and heroin to prevent more New Mexicans from succumbing to this epidemic."- Albuquerque Journal,
"The University of New Mexico graduate has served as an assistant U.S. attorney since 2001 and supervised the organized crime and gang section in Albuquerque. He has also worked on national security, anti-terrorism, immigration and narcotics cases."- Albuquerque Journal,