Representative Ben Ray Lujan, Jr.'s Public Statements


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
General Nov. 4, 2014
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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3/16/11 Luján Opposes Republican Efforts to End Housing Programs that Fight Foreclosures 3/15/11 Subcommittee Democrats Assess Progress at DHS 3/03/11 Luján: Bill Makes Health Care Fix at the Expense of Working Families 2/24/11 Letter to The Honorable Barack H. Obama, President of the United States 2/19/11 Luján Opposes Republican Spending Bill That Makes Drastic Cuts and Destroys American Jobs 2/16/11 Full-Year Continuing Appropriations Act, 2011 2/15/11 Luján Statement on FERC Inquiry Into Gas Outages in New Mexico 2/04/11 Letter to Chairman Jon Wellinghoff, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 2/03/11 Gas Outages in New Mexico 1/18/11 Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act 1/12/11 Expressing Sense of House Regarding Arizona Shooting 12/22/10 Lease Authorization for Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo 12/09/10 Letter to the Honorable Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives 11/22/10 Rep. Luján Announces Second "Lend a Hand" Tour 10/15/10 Letter To Barack Obama, President of The United States of America - Social Security 10/06/10 Ben Ray Luján Applauds the Signing of the Small Business Jobs Act 9/28/10 Letter to The President 9/23/10 On the Introduction of Legislation to Facilitate Business and Agricultural Leasing of Navajo Nation Lands 9/22/10 Rep. Luján Votes to Create Jobs, Lower Energy Costs in Rural Communities 9/01/10 Rep. Luján: Recovery Act Investment into Northern New Mexico, Navajo Nation Will Create Jobs, Improve Safety 8/10/10 Rep. Luján Votes to Protect Jobs for Teachers, Firefighters, Police Officers 8/01/10 Rep. Luján, Panel, and Community Focus on Prevention and Communication at Espanola Drug Summit 8/01/10 Rep. Luján Celebrates Social Security Anniversary at Gallup Senior Citizen Centers 7/29/10 Rep. Luján Attends Tribal Law and Order Act Bill Signing Ceremony 7/29/10 Rep. Luján Votes to Improve Veterans Services, Fund Facilities in New Mexico 7/22/10 N.M. Lawmakers Working to Encourage N.M. Homeowners to Sell Renewable Energy to the Power Grid 7/22/10 Rep. Luján Votes to Extend Unemployment Benefits 7/21/10 Rep. Luján's Statement on the Signing of the Wall Street Reform Bill 7/15/10 Rep. Luján Applauds Senate Passage of Wall Street Reform 7/13/10 Rep. Luján Applauds Improved PTSD Treatment Access for Veterans 6/30/10 Rep. Luján Votes to Reform Wall Street 6/29/10 Wall Street Reform 6/24/10 Rep. Luján Votes for Transparency, Accountability in Elections 6/23/10 Rep. Luján Votes to Provide Oil Commission with Subpoena Power 6/22/10 Rep. Luján Applauds Patient's Bill of Rights 6/16/10 BP to Halt Dividend Payments 6/16/10 Letter to Barney Frank, House Financial Services Committee Chairman and Chris Dodd, Senate Banking Committee Chairman - Credit Score Language 6/09/10 Letter to Tony Hayward Chief Executive Officer, BP 5/31/10 Rep. Luján's Statement in Recognition of Memorial Day 5/28/10 Rep. Luján's Amendments to Encourage Small Business Growth, Improve Mental Health Services Added to Defense Bill 5/28/10 Rep. Luján Votes to Encourage Innovation, Economic Growth, American Competitiveness 5/25/10 NM Delegation Celebrates Passage Of Bill To Honor Interior Secretary Stewart Udall 5/19/10 Rep. Luján Criticizes House Republicans for Blocking Job Creating Legislation 5/18/10 Rep. Luján Introduces Bill to Create Conservation Area in Northern New Mexico 5/18/10 Rep. Luján Votes to Encourage Small Business Lending, Economic Development 5/12/10 America Competes Reauthorization Act of 2010 5/06/10 Rep. Luján Votes For Job Creation, Energy Savings 5/05/10 Rep. Luján Joins Committee On Natural Resources 5/01/10 A Call for $23 Billion Teacher Jobs Fund 4/30/10 Letter To The Honorable Janet Napolitano, Secretary, Homeland Security