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Today, Planned Parenthood Votes New Mexico (PPVNM) announced early endorsements for the 2020 election. The individuals endorsed have consistently fought to keep abortion care between a patient and their health care provider, without meaningless political interference.

“We’re thrilled to support this incredible list of champions. These individuals have proven to be true defenders of reproductive rights time and again, and we look forward to working with them to protect and expand access to reproductive health care for all New Mexicans and for our neighbors who look to us as a safe haven for care,” said Sarah Taylor-Nanista, executive director of Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains Action Fund.

Below are the early endorsements released in early March. All of these individuals voted to remove an outdated, cruel abortion ban, and which ultimately failed to pass in the Senate and which PPVNM will be seeking once again to remove in 2021:

Jerry Ortiz y Pino, Senate District 12

Bill O’Neill, Senate District 13

Daniel A. Ivey-Soto, Senate District 15

Mimi Stewart, Senate District 17

Bill Tallman, Senate District 18

Jacob Candelaria, Senate District 26

Jeff Steinborn, Senate District 36

Bill Soules, Senate District 37

Elizabeth "Liz" Stefanics, Senate District 39

Eliseo Lee Alcon, House District 6

Javier Martínez, House District 11

Patricia Roybal Caballero, House District 13

Dayan Hochman-Vigil, House District 15

Antonio “Moe” Maestas, House District 16

Debbie Armstrong, House District 17

Gail Chasey, House District 18

Debra M. Sariñana, House District 21

Daymon Ely, House District 23

Elizabeth “Liz” Thomson, House District 24

Christine Trujillo, House District 25

Georgene Louis, House District 26

Melanie Stansbury, House District 28

Joy Garratt, House District 29

Natalie Figueroa, House District 30

Micaela Lara Cadena, House District 33

Angelica Rubio, House District 35

Nathan Small, House District 36

Joanne J. Ferrary, House District 37

Christine Chandler, House District 43

Andrea Romero, House District 46

Brian Egolf, House District 47

Linda Trujillo, House District 48

Matthew McQueen, House District 50

Doreen Gallegos, House District 52

Karen Bash, House District 68

And below are the additional endorsements released on April 7:

G Andres Romero, House District 10

Miguel P Garcia, House District 14

Meredith Dixon, House District 20

Jessica Velasquez, House District 22

Marian Matthews, House District 27

Julie Ford Brenning, House District 31

Karen Whitlock, House District 38

Susan Herrera, House District 41

Kristina Ortez, House District 42

Linda Serrato, House District 45

Jeff Swanson, House District 51

Billie Helean, House District 57

Roberto "Bobby" Gonzales, Senate District 6

Connie Trujillo, Senate District 8

Brenda McKenna, Senate District 9

Katy Duhigg, Senate District 10

Linda Lopez, Senate District 11

Antoinette Sedillo Lopez, Senate District 16

Rebecca Puck Stair, Senate District 20

Harold Pope Jr., Senate District 23

Nancy Rodriguez, Senate District 24

Peter Wirth, Senate District 25

Siah Correa Hemphill, Senate District 28

Pamela Cordova, Senate District 30

Joseph Cervantes, Senate District 31

Denise A. Lang-Browne, Senate District 33

Neomi Martinez-Parra, Senate District 35

Carrie Hamblen, Senate District 38

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Planned Parenthood Votes New Mexico Announces Additional Endorsements

Planned Parenthood Votes New Mexico is pleased to announce additional endorsements for the 2020 election.