Category: campaigns & elections


Volunteer to help elect pro-conservation, CVNM-endorsed candidates

Through one-on-one conversations with voters, our people-powered campaigns will directly combat the millions of dollars that extractive industries are fronting to buy these elections. Volunteers are the heart of every political campaign. Find volunteer opportunities for your CVNM-endorsed candidates below and reach out via the contact information we’ve gathered for each candidate*: Governor & Lt. [read more…]


CVNM endorses in House, PRC, statewide races

After Conservation Voters supported our successful primary election efforts, we got back to work identifying the best conservation candidates in the upcoming general election. Today, we’re excited to announce our full slate of endorsements for the important election on Nov. 6. We can’t thank our supporters enough for all you do to make New Mexico [read more…]


What do voters want? Conservation candidates!

Tuesday night’s primary was a big night of wins and some disappointments, but overall the primary election was a huge success for candidates who made it clear that they care about New Mexico’s air, land, water and communities. None of this would have been possible without you! Thank you for supporting Conservation Voters New Mexico [read more…]


Garrett VeneKlasen for Commissioner of Public Lands

Conservation Voters New Mexico Action Fund is proud to endorse Garrett VeneKlasen to be the next Commissioner of Public Lands. The Commissioner of Public Lands, commonly referred to as State Land Commissioner, is charged with generating and optimizing revenue from state trust lands to support public education and other beneficiary institutions, while simultaneously striving to [read more…]


The PRC chose PNM’s profits over people – hold them accountable

The Public Regulation Commission (PRC) approved PNM’s replacement power plan for San Juan Generating Station (SJGS) on Dec. 16. That means that the PRC allowed PNM to balance their profits on the backs of New Mexico’s Latino, Native and low-income communities that suffer the impacts of climate change, carbon pollution and legacy mining pollution. Half [read more…]


What a day

As the legislative session comes to a close, bills, memorials and resolutions make their way through the process onto the two chambers’ calendars. Below is what we’re following on the floor calendars for today. Committees will meet after the floor sessions as well but some committee calendars haven’t been published yet. We’ll update our Facebook [read more…]