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Think New Mexico

We are delighted to have Maggie Mazer as one of our stellar Think New Mexico 2020 Summer Leadership Interns! Maggie graduated from Albuquerque Academy and first discovered her interest in public service and policy while interning for Michelle Lujan Grisham’s congressional reelection campaign in 2016. She also interned with Albuquerque City Councilor Isaac Benton’s campaign and served as a U.S. Senate Page for Senator Tom Udall. Maggie is an active community service leader who has led a tutoring program for refugee children, partnered with the Immigrant Refuge Village of Albuquerque, Advised Project Heart Start’s student CPR and life-saving skills initiative, and served as a member of the Community Service Executive Board. She will be attending Mcalester College in the fall of 2021. In the meantime she is working as a COVID-19 Contact Tracer for the Navajo Nation and running a childcare program at Albuquerque Academy. In the long term, Maggie hopes to bring her professional degree back to New Mexico and serve her community.

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We are delighted to have Maggie Mazer as one of our stellar Think New Mexico 2020 Summer Leadership Interns! Maggie graduated from Albuquerque Academy and first discovered her interest in public service and policy while interning for Michelle Lujan Grisham’s congressional reelection campaign in 2016. She also interned with Albuquerque City Councilor Isaac Benton’s campaign and served as a U.S. Senate Page for Senator Tom Udall. Maggie is an active community service leader who has led a tutoring program for refugee children, partnered with the Immigrant Refuge Village of Albuquerque, Advised Project Heart Start’s student CPR and life-saving skills initiative, and served as a member of the Community Service Executive Board. She will be attending Mcalester College in the fall of 2021. In the meantime she is working as a COVID-19 Contact Tracer for the Navajo Nation and running a childcare program at Albuquerque Academy. In the long term, Maggie hopes to bring her professional degree back to New Mexico and serve her community. 

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1 week ago

Think New Mexico

On November 3, every seat in the New Mexico Legislature is up for election.

As you make your decisions about who you are going to support, we encourage you to find out where your candidates stand on Think New Mexico's policy reforms. Here's how to do it:

1) Find out which New Mexico State House and Senate districts you live in by entering your address on our Action Center here:

www.thinknewmexico.org/action-center/#/

(You'll find the district numbers listed underneath the names of your current state senator and state representative.)

2) Look up email addresses for the candidates running in your state House and Senate districts on our handy chart.

www.thinknewmexico.org/2020-candidates/

3) Send your candidates a quick email asking where they stand on an issue or two that you are passionate about.

If you get a response to your questions to candidates, please let us know! This information is extremely helpful to us as we work to build coalitions in support of Think New Mexico's policy reforms - and candidates are more likely to support these reforms if their voters are asking about them.

Many thanks for your help!
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On November 3, every seat in the New Mexico Legislature is up for election.
 
As you make your decisions about who you are going to support, we encourage you to find out where your candidates stand on Think New Mexicos policy reforms. Heres how to do it:
 
1) Find out which New Mexico State House and Senate districts you live in by entering your address on our Action Center here: 

https://www.thinknewmexico.org/action-center/#/  

(Youll find the district numbers listed underneath the names of your current state senator and state representative.)
 
2) Look up email addresses for the candidates running in your state House and Senate districts on our handy chart. 

https://www.thinknewmexico.org/2020-candidates/
 
3) Send your candidates a quick email asking where they stand on an issue or two that you are passionate about.
 
If you get a response to your questions to candidates, please let us know! This information is extremely helpful to us as we work to build coalitions in support of Think New Mexicos policy reforms - and candidates are more likely to support these reforms if their voters are asking about them.
 
Many thanks for your help!

2 weeks ago

Think New Mexico

On November 3, every seat in the New Mexico Legislature is up for election.

As you make your decisions about who you are going to support, we encourage you to find out where your candidates stand on Think New Mexico's policy reforms. Here's how to do it:

1) Find out which New Mexico State House and Senate districts you live in by entering your address on our Action Center here:

www.thinknewmexico.org/action-center/#/

(You'll find the district numbers listed underneath the names of your current state senator and state representative.)

2) Look up email addresses for the candidates running in your state House and Senate districts on our handy chart.

www.thinknewmexico.org/2020-candidates/

3) Send your candidates a quick email asking where they stand on an issue or two that you are passionate about.

If you get a response to your questions to candidates, please let us know! This information is extremely helpful to us as we work to build coalitions in support of Think New Mexico's policy reforms - and candidates are more likely to support these reforms if their voters are asking about them.

Many thanks for your help!
... See MoreSee Less

On November 3, every seat in the New Mexico Legislature is up for election.
 
As you make your decisions about who you are going to support, we encourage you to find out where your candidates stand on Think New Mexicos policy reforms. Heres how to do it:
 
1) Find out which New Mexico State House and Senate districts you live in by entering your address on our Action Center here: 

https://www.thinknewmexico.org/action-center/#/  

(Youll find the district numbers listed underneath the names of your current state senator and state representative.)
 
2) Look up email addresses for the candidates running in your state House and Senate districts on our handy chart. 

https://www.thinknewmexico.org/2020-candidates/
 
3) Send your candidates a quick email asking where they stand on an issue or two that you are passionate about.
 
If you get a response to your questions to candidates, please let us know! This information is extremely helpful to us as we work to build coalitions in support of Think New Mexicos policy reforms - and candidates are more likely to support these reforms if their voters are asking about them.
 
Many thanks for your help!

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