Looking for Volunteers!

Friends,

We are pushing our coordinate campaign efforts via voter registration, phone banking and canvassing. We are always looking for volunteers to assist in these efforts. We’re pushing to do as many of the remaining weekends for the next two months leading up to the election.

If you’d like to get involved and volunteer, please send us a message here, on social media, or stop by our local HQ at 1701 SE Main St.

Respectfully,

Paul Romero

Chairman

Democratic Candidates for the 2018 General Election

The following are the winners of the 2018 New Mexico Democratic Primary held on June 5, 2018. They move on to the General Election which will be held NOVEMBER 6, 2018.

Click on the names to visit their websites.

U.S. Senator – Martin Heinrich

U.S. Congress CD1 – Deb Haaland

U.S. Congress CD2 (Our District) – Xochitl Torres Small

U.S. Congress CD3 – Ben Ray Lujan

Governor – Michelle Lujan Grisham

Lt. Governor – Howie Morales

Secretary of State – Maggie Toulouse Oliver

State Auditor – Brian Colon

State Treasurer – Tim Eichenberg

Attorney General – Hector Balderas

Commissioner of Public Lands – Stephanie Garcia Richard

Public Regulation Commission District 2 – Kevin Sanders

Chaves County Commissioner District 1 – Michael Trujillo

Judge of the Court of Appeals Position 1 – Kristina Bogardus

Judge of the Court of Appeals Position 2 – Jacqueline Medina

Judge of the Court of Appeals Position 3 – Briana Zamora

Judge of the Court of Appeals Position 4 – Megan Duffy

Judge of the Court of Appeals Position 5 – Jennifer Attrep

For more information, please visit the Secretary of State’s Website

DPCC Will Hold Special Election Saturday April 14th, 2018

The Democratic Party of Chaves County will hold a special election to fill the vacancies of one State Central Committee Member and our Vice Chair on:

Saturday, April 14th, 2018 at 10am (registration begins at 9am)

Holiday Inn (by Hampton Inn and Wal-Mart)

3620 N Main St, Roswell, NM 88201

You must be a registered Democrat to vote.

NOTE:  These positions do require some time and work as well as out of town travel at the person’s own expense.  Currently Chaves County has 4 SCC members including the Chair and Vice Chair.  As voter turnout increases in election years, that number of representation potentially increases and vice versa with lower turnouts.  SCC members travel to State Party meetings to vote on State Party matters such as the election of State Party Officers (ie State Party Chair and State Party Vice Chair) and State Party platforms. Every county has a different number of SCC members depending on their populations/voter turnouts.