Do you want to make a difference in the lives of everyday New Mexicans? Please take a look at my platform at www.mad4nm.com/issues. If my positions resonate with you, please join us! #volunteersrock #getmad #progressivenm #nmpol
TODAY until 2 pm! Las Cruces Dems, come down to 755 S. Telshor…we’ve got fun stuff for the kids and pizza for all! Take this opportunity to meet Mad Hildebrandt for Congress in person and talk to her about the issues that are important to YOU. www.mad4nm.com
Thanks for your support, Our Revolution New Mexico. I’m so glad to have you as an ally as we work together to bring true, progressive change to New Mexico and the country. #flipthehouse #standtogether
Tomorrow in Las Cruces! Bring your friends and family!
In Congress, I will support working families by expanding paid family and medical leave, enforcing equal pay for equal work legislation, and working for universal health care. I support #Medicare4All. In Congress, I will do everything in my power to address the injustices in our health care system. The fact is insurance companies make huge profits while working families struggle to afford basic coverage. Universal coverage for New Mexico families, as well as families across our country, reflects my belief that health care is a right of all Americans, not a privilege for the affluent. www.mad4nm.com
I attended the Otero County Commissioners meeting this AM. I was fully prepared to speak in defense of our union brothers and sisters against the injustice of the current union-busting strategy of so-called “Right to Work” laws. The meeting was well attended, with people standing in the hall. When the commission addressed right to work, the proposed law was titled in ambiguous language, and was pulled out of agenda order to sow confusion. A woman in the audience raised her hand for clarification of the wording in order to ascertain if this was the bill we were there to address. They asked her to state her name, then proceeded to ignore her question. The commissioners ignored the amendments supplied by their own lawyer. They refused to have public comment. They voted for “Right to Work” by trampling over the rights of the people to speak.
Let me speak plainly. When you act in secrecy during what is purported to be a public meeting, you are NOT on the people’s side.
I will always stand up for the working people of New Mexico. www.mad4nm.com
With just weeks to go, it’s time for action. Come and join the movement! It’s time we reclaim our country from the wealthy elite, corporate lawyers, and dynastic political families. This campaign is about REAL people. It’s about YOU!
In Congress, I will devote myself to reversing the Trump Administration’s anti-environment, pro-fracking agenda and ushering in a new era of economic expansion around New Mexico’s abundant clean and renewable energy sources. The numbers speak for themselves. In 2016, solar was creating U.S. jobs at 17 times the rate of the national economy, rising to nearly 300,000 jobs in the U.S. solar industry. In 2017, the U.S. wind industry put up a new wind turbine up every few hours and now provides over 100,000 jobs. New Mexico needs to be a national leader the renewable economy.
In addition, we need to secure New Mexico’s water rights. New Mexico’s water resources are critically important to our economy, specifically ranching and farming. Recent court decisions have put these water resources increasingly at risk. The simple fact is our water resources are under extreme pressure from overuse and the effects of global warming. While we need to partner with surrounding southwestern states and take a regional approach to solving our water issues, we also need to make sure New Mexico’s farmers, ranchers, and cattle producers are protected. As your Congresswoman from new Mexico, I will fight to make sure New Mexican water rights are protected.
In Congress, I will devote myself to reversing the Trump Administration’s anti-environment, pro-fracking agenda and ushering in a new era of economic expansion around New Mexico’s abundant clean and renewable energy sources.
“According to a study released by the University of New Mexico’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research, New Mexico has the capacity to triple solar energy jobs using many of the mechanisms included in the Democratic Party of New Mexico’s (DPNM) 2018 Platform.”