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NM State Senator District 04

In addition to other duties prescribed by law, senators enact “reasonable and appropriate laws,” represent the constituents of their district, and serve on standing or interim committees. The legislature meets each year beginning in January. In odd-numbered years, it meets for 60 days; in even-numbered years, it meets for 30 days. The Governor may call special sessions. Candidates must be at least 25 years old and must be a resident of the district from which elected. They serve a four-year term. Senators do not receive a salary, but they do receive a pre-set per diem.Senado de New MexicoAdemás de otros deberes prescritos por la ley, los senadores promulgan “leyes razonables y apropiadas”, representan a los electores de su distrito y sirven en comités permanentes o interinos. La legislatura se reúne cada año a partir de enero. En los años impares, se reúne durante 60 días; en los años pares, se reúne durante 30 días. El gobernador puede convocar sesiones especiales. Los candidatos deben tener al menos 25 años de edad y deben ser residentes del distrito de donde fueron elegidos. Sirven para un mandato de cuatro años. Los senadores no reciben un salario, pero reciben un pago preestablecido por día.

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    Keith Edward Hillock
    (Dem)

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    George K Munoz
    (Dem)

Biographical Information

1. Why do you want to run for this seat?

2. How have your experience and education prepared you for this position?

3. What will be your highest priorities?

4. How can the legislature address water issues in an increasingly arid state?

5. What should the legislature do to improve public safety in New Mexico?

6. What, if any, changes to NM’s tax structure do you support?

Campaign Mailing Address PO Box 2544
Gallup, NM 87305
Campaign Phone (505) 397-9706
Twitter @state44203
Occupation Transportation Director and Teacher and former Nuclear Electrical Quality control engineer.
To help and serve the community, because the family's in the community have been ignored for the past 15 years and it shows.
My life experiences have led me down a road that I can relate to many issues that we face each and every day in my community. 1.) grew up extremely poor 2.) Bounced from home to home 3.) Alcohol and drug abuse from my parents 4.) physical and emotional abuse from parents and grand parents 5.) homeless 6.) single parent raising an infant and toddler for 5 years 7.) welfare 8 ) Bankruptcy 9.) successful Business owner 10.) Electrician working the road 11.) worked many industry's like oil and gas to nuclear and solar and many other types of industry's 12.) Church going 13.) married 26 years with five kids and 5 grandkids 14. ) to many more things to mention
Takle the drug issues and family issues in my district including the crime. My district is number 1 for crime in the entire state..
I have many ideas, but I feel we need to rely on the experts like the Army corps of engineers to help. One simple thing that would help is to stop polluting our water ways and streams with homeless camps and illegal dumping.
Reverse the no bail laws and end catch and release. Increase the salaries of the first responders at every Municiple level. incarcerate repeat offenders. There are many things we can do.
I need to get back to you with a proper answer. I need more information. The question is very vague because there are so many taxes to even think of just one particular one. Please be more specific.
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