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Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico 87111

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U.S. Senate

Senator Tom Udall
Senior Seat Democratic
Senator Martin Heinrich
Junior Seat Democratic

U.S. House

District 1

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State House

District 24
Representative Elizabeth Thomson
District 24 Democratic
District 27
Representative Lorenzo Larrañaga
District 27 Republican
District 28
Representative Jimmie Hall
District 28 Republican
District 30
Representative Nathaniel Gentry
District 30 Republican
District 31
Representative William Rehm
District 31 Republican

State Senate

District 15
Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto
District 15 Democratic
District 18
Senator Bill Tallman
District 18 Democratic
District 20
Senator William Payne
District 20 Republican
District 21
Senator Mark Moores
District 21 Republican

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Justice of the Supreme Court

Justice Barbara Vigil
No Party Affiliation

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Mayor

At-Large (Albuquerque)
Richard Berry
At-Large

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Councilor

District 1 (Albuquerque)
Ken Sanchez
District 1
District 2 (Albuquerque)
Isaac Benton
District 2
District 3 (Albuquerque)
Klarissa Peña
District 3
District 4 (Albuquerque)
Brad Winter
District 4
District 5 (Albuquerque)
Dan Lewis
District 5
District 6 (Albuquerque)
Pat Davis
District 6
District 7 (Albuquerque)
Diane Gibson
District 7
District 8 (Albuquerque)
Trudy Jones
District 8
District 9 (Albuquerque)
Don Harris
District 9

Commissioner

District 1 (Bernalillo County)
District 3 (Bernalillo County)
District 4 (Bernalillo County)
District 5 (Bernalillo County)

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State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Land of Enchantment
  • Motto: Crescit Eundo [It Grows as It Goes]
  • Area: 121,666 sq mi
  • Population: 2,085,538 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Santa Fe
  • Statehood: Jan. 6, 1912 (47th state)
  • Highest Point: Wheeler Peak, 13,161 ft
  • Lowest Point: Red Bluff Reservoir, 2,817 ft
  • Bird: Chaparral ('Roadrunner')
  • Flower: Yucca
  • Electoral Votes: 5
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