June 2 New Mexico Democratic Primary
State Senate District 30: Cibola (including Grants), McKinley, Socorro, Valencia counties
The Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter has the pleasure of endorsing a longtime member, Pam Cordova, for state Senate in District 30.
Cordova is a retired pubilc-school teacher and former president of the New Mexico Federation of Democratic Women. She has a strong history of community involvement. Cordova supports significant investment in early-childhood education, climate solutions, affordable health care and paid sick leave for New Mexicans.
Cordova is challenging Sen. Clemente Sanchez, who has sided with Republicans to block critical environmental legislation and repeatedly opposed permanent funding for universal preschool. Sanchez has taken more than $100,000 from oil and gas and other corporate interests, and a Chevron-funded Texas PAC is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to elect him. Pam Cordova has refused to take campaign contributions from oil and gas. She is committed to protecting our drinking water, land and climate for our kids.
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