In six years as a County Commissioner, Maggie has led the way on some of Bernalillo County’s toughest challenges. From creating jobs, to reforming County government, to fighting for aggressive cleanup of groundwater contamination, Maggie is the leader we need to move Bernalillo County forward.Learn More
Maggie understands our concerns about safety in this community and has worked with families and community groups to address root causes of crime, particularly offenses tied to mental illness and addiction disorders.Learn More
Bernalillo County incentives have created more than 2,450 jobs and generated private investment of $425 million. I will continue to lead our efforts to partner with all levels of government to recruit more quality jobs—including supporting the arts and cultural economy and leveraging local high-tech research through programs like InnovateABQ.Learn More
Healthy families create healthy communities. That’s why Maggie fought to raise the minimum wage. As Chair of the Albuquerque Bernalillo County Community Schools Partnership and a member of the Mission: Graduate Vision Council, she is committed to helping children succeed.Learn More
Maggie knows that our natural resources—especially our precious groundwater and open spaces—are essential to the future of our community. Her leadership has led to the aggressive remediation of jet fuel contamination from Kirtland Air Force Base and a new county ordinance addressing nitrate contamination from leaking septic systems.Learn More
As commissioner, I’ve worked with community members and advocates to lead the way to:
I’m running for re-election to the County Commission because we’ve made great progress, and, with the right leadership, we can do even more.
A Leader on Job Creation
Bernalillo County incentives have created more than 2450 jobs and generated private investment of $425 million. I will continue to lead our efforts to partner with all levels of government to recruit more quality jobs—including supporting the arts and cultural economy and leveraging local high-tech research through programs like InnovateABQ.
A Leader on Public Safety
The Bernalillo County jail must be able to hold individuals who are a threat to our safety, but it must not be the only option for people who suffer from mental health problems and addiction. I have been a leader in the County’s efforts to provide better and more accessible behavioral health services.
A Leader for Our Families
I helped to raise the minimum wage to support hard-working families. I also worked to create policies to ensure equal pay for female employees of County contractors, but we must do more to ensure pay-equity provide more opportunities for our children.
A Leader on the Environment
I will continue to work with our federal delegation, the New Mexico Environment Department, and neighborhood organizations to ensure that remediation of the Kirtland Air Force Base jet fuel spill continues and that our drinking water is protected. I am also working with the community to identify and preserve open spaces.
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