Meet Liz

Liz talking to constituents.

Dedicated To Making A Difference

Liz working with a student.

I realized I wanted to make a bigger difference for our state 24 years ago. At that time, the services my son with autism needed weren’t available to us here in Albuquerque, and the only way to change that was to be the change I wanted to see. I made a promise to myself, “I’m going to be the voice for people who feel like they don’t have a voice in our Capitol.”

Since then I’ve worked dedicated myself to creating more educational opportunities for our children—especially those with disabilities—reducing drunk driving, and fighting for funding of women’s health care including mammograms and cancer screenings.

“I want to be the voice for people who feel like they don’t have a voice in our Capitol.”

As I continue to speak with members of the community, I see more and more that we all share a desire for a safer, better New Mexico. Property crime and vehicle theft are on the rise, and I plan to do everything I can to reverse that trend. As your House representative, I’ll work closely with local law enforcement to empower our officers to do the very best job they can for you.

At the same time, I want to work with law enforcement officials on immigration. Our agencies at the federal and state levels need to work in lockstep to ensure everyone gets a fair shake. New Mexico is at the forefront of the conversation on immigration, and we have to be leaders that others can follow.

I hope that you will stay in touch. I am dedicated to being your voice in the New Mexico state legislature.

Liz working with a student.

What Matters Most

There’s a lot of work to be done in the capitol and I won’t stop here. If you’d like to know more about how I’m going to work to improve life for all New Mexicans:

See all my priorities