Representative Ben Ray Lujan, Jr.'s Public Statements

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Full Name: Ben Ray Lujan, Jr.
Current Office: U.S. House - District 3, Democratic
First Elected: 11/04/2008
Last Elected: 11/06/2012
Next Election: 2014
On The Ballot: Running, Democratic for U.S. House - District 3
Primary June 3, 2014
Gender: Male
Family: Single
Birth Date: 06/07/1972
Birth Place: Nambe, NM
Home City: Nambe, NM
Religion: Catholic
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4/10/14 Lujan: House Republican Budget Takes our Country in the Wrong Direction 3/28/14 Letter to President Barack Obama - STEM Education Grant Program for Hispanic Serving Institutions 4/22/13 Letter to Honorable Jack Kingston, Chairman, and Honorable Rosa DeLauro, Ranking Member of Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services - Technical Education Act 2/04/13 Congressional Delegation: Preserve Full Special-Ed Federal Funding 6/18/12 Omnibus Indian Advancement Act Amendment 3/15/12 Luján Announces More Than $4 Million in School Improvement Grants for New Mexico 10/26/11 Luján Applauds President Obama's Move to Lower Student Loan Payments 9/22/11 Hearing of the Indian and Alaska Native Affairs Subcommittee of the House Natural Resources Committee - H.R. 443, H.R. 444, H.R. 1461, H.R. 1556 and H.R. 2444 9/08/11 Luján Amendment Improves STEM Education in Charter Schools 6/22/11 Luján Introduces Legislation to Encourage Innovation in STEM Education 4/25/11 Delegation Supports Funding For UTTC 5/01/10 A Call for $23 Billion Teacher Jobs Fund 4/30/10 Rep. Luján Votes To Strengthen American Competitiveness, Support DOE National Laboratories 4/15/10 Letter to The Honorable John M. Spratt, Chairman Of House Committee On The Budget, and The Honorable Paul D. Ryan, Ranking Member Of House Committee On The Budget 1/22/10 Rep. Luján's 2009 Yearly Report 11/19/09 In Memory Of Former Governor Bruce King Of New Mexico 11/06/09 Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Act Of 2009 9/17/09 Rep. Luján Votes To Improve Student Aid, Make Higher Education More Affordable 7/31/09 New Mexico House Delegation Announces New GI Bill Benefits To Take Effect Tomorrow 4/02/09 House Budget Makes Fiscally Responsible Investments In Energy, Health Care, And Education 2/13/09 New Mexico Delegation Supports American Recovery and Reinvestment Act that Could Create 22,000 Jobs in New Mexico 2/11/09 Rep. Lujan Delivers Letter from District Superintendents Urging Restoration of Education Funds 2/10/09 New Mexico House Delegation Urges Restoration of Education Funding in Recovery Plan 10/16/08 Ben Wins New Mexico First Debate 1/01/12 Issue Position: Improving Schools for New Mexico's Children 1/01/11 Issue Position: Education