2020 Constituent Survey
Thank you for the opportunity to represent you in the New Mexico House of Representatives. As we prepare for the upcoming legislative session, I would like to hear your perspective on issues that are important to you.
Earlier this month, the Consensus Revenue Estimating Group, which is composed of legislative and executive branch economics, released a new revenue report that outlines the state's budget situation moving into the special session. The report noted that for the upcoming fiscal year, which begins July 1, 2020, a decline in projected revenues between $1.8 billion and $2.4 billion.
How should the state address the $1.8 billion to $2.4 billion revenue decline during the upcoming special session?
Across the board cuts to all agencies and programs
Targeted cuts to select agencies and programs
Increase distribution from the state Permanent Fund
Use monies available in the state reserves (
Do you believe New Mexico is on the right track or the wrong track?
What is the most important thing I can do as your state representative in the upcoming legislative session?
Regarding the Second Amendment, do you feel current state laws on purchasing and owning firearms are:
Too Strict (Need less gun control laws)
Not Strict Enough (Need more gun control laws)
Legalizing recreational marijuana is one of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s top priorities for the upcoming legislative session. Where do you stand on the issue?
Support Legalizing Recreational Marijuana
Oppose Legalizing Recreational Marijuana
When should abortion be considered legal in New Mexico?
In the Case of Rape or Incest
When the Life of the Mother is at Risk
In the First Trimester
Through the Second Trimester
Up Until Birth
Taxes and Spending
The Legislature estimates nearly $1 billion in new revenue for the State of New Mexico. What should the Legislature do with the budget surplus? (Choose all that apply)
Increase Investment in Education
Increase Investment in Economic Development
Provide a Rebate to New Mexico Taxpayers
Invest in Infrastructure Projects (Road Improvements, Rural Broadband Expansion, Etc.)
Invest the Revenue in a Rainy-Day Fund
Should the additional revenue be used to create recurring expenses (which are incurred on an ongoing basis) or on non-recurring expenses (such as one-time capital expenses)?
Economy and Jobs
Which of the following issues will positively affect the economy of New Mexico the most? (Choose all that apply)
Investing in Transportation and Infrastructure Projects
Investing in Workforce Development Programs
Promoting Outdoor Recreation and Tourism
Reducing the Tax Burden for Small Businesses
Reducing Unnecessary and Burdensome State Regulations
Supporting our extractive industries (mining, oil and gas, etc.)
Which do you believe is the biggest problem in our healthcare system? (Choose all that apply)
Access to Healthcare Providers
Cost of Insurance Premiums and Deductibles
Cost of Prescription Medication
Quality of Care
Do you support or oppose changing New Mexico’s healthcare system to a “Medicare for All” system in which private, employer-based healthcare is eliminated and New Mexicans are instead required to join a single-payer, government-run healthcare system?
Support single-payer, government-run healthcare
Oppose single-payer, government-run healthcare
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