My Priorities

Liz talking to constituents.

Dedication - what does that mean to you?

To me, it means a career as a pediatric physical therapist. I’ve dedicated my life to helping kids, my own son included, overcome disabilities and build brighter futures.

It’s meant forging relationships with organizations like the New Mexico Autism Society, that show time and again that there are no easy wins, and that if you put in the time and effort, you’ll see results.

What does it mean to make a difference?

To me, it means being recognized as Legislative Champion by Mothers Against Drunk Driving because of the work I’ve championed to reduce drunk driving fatalities in New Mexico. It means being appointed by the National Conference of State Legislatures to serve as a member of the Health and Human Services Policy Working Group.

As a New Mexican, I’ve seen time and time again how dedication can make a difference. I want to continue to represent you in the New Mexico state legislature and dedicate myself to the priorities of the citizens of Albuquerque.

As I speak with you and other members of the community our shared priorities are reducing crime, developing immigration solutions, and increasing educational opportunities at all levels.

"I will work every day to enact real change in New Mexico that will improve the lives’ of New Mexicans."

Read more about my dedication to these priorities:

Focused on Fixing Crime

In every town hall, rally, and one-to-one conversation, I hear your concerns about crime. I plan to tackle crime with an emphasis on improving mental health, decreasing substance abuse, and restoring peace of mind for the citizens of Albuquerque.

How I'll Curb Crime Rates

Delivering Quality Healthcare

As the only elected medical professional in the New Mexico legislature, I am dedicated to ensuring all New Mexicans have access to quality, affordable healthcare.

What I'm Doing on Healthcare

Improving Opportunities for Education

In Albuquerque and across New Mexico, job opportunities are plentiful. Now we need an educated workforce to fill these roles and jumpstart our economy. I believe our people will succeed with the right educational opportunities.

My Plan for Education