Lynda Morgan Lovejoy
- Select One down
- Abortion and Reproductive
- Agriculture and Food
- Animals and Wildlife
- Arts and Entertainment
- Budget, Spending and Taxes
- Business and Consumers
- Campaign Finance and Elections
- Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
- Death Penalty
- Employment and Affirmative Action
- Executive Branch
- Federal, State and Local Relations
- Foreign Affairs
- Gambling and Gaming
- Government Operations
- Health and Health Care
- Housing and Property
- Indigenous Peoples
- Judicial Branch
- Labor Unions
- Legislative Branch
- Marriage, Family, and Children
- Military Personnel
- National Security
- Senior Citizens
- Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
- Stem Cell Research
- Technology and Communication
- Unemployed and Low-Income
Recent Key Votes
Feb. 13, 2012 - -Requires a foreign national who does not provide a social security number when applying for a drivers license, provisional license, or instruction permit to provide ...
Feb. 13, 2012 - -Reduces corporate income tax rates for net incomes over $1 million from 7.6 to 7.5 percent of income over $1 million (Sec. 1).-Requires ...
Sept. 23, 2011 - - Establishes new legislative districts for the State House of Representatives (Sec. 6- 75). - Requires that a candidate must live in the district in ...
Recent Public Statements
Sept. 16, 2011 - Governor Susana Martinez issued the following statement after the New Mexico House of Representatives approved legislation to restore the state's supplement to the federal Supplemental ...
Recent Interest Group Ratings
|2011||Animal Protection Voters Positions||100|
|2010||Association of Commerce and Industry of New Mexico Positions||60%|
|2009-2010||New Mexico National Federation of Independent Business Positions||43%|
|Top industry||Tribal Governments ($3,000.00)|
Issue Positions (Political Courage Test)
Lynda Lovejoy repeatedly refused to provide any responses to citizens on the issues through the 2008 Political Courage Test when asked to do so by national leaders of the political parties, prominent members of the media, Project Vote Smart President Richard Kimball, and Project Vote Smart staff.
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