A SAFE CITY IS A PROSPEROUS CITY
A Safe Community
Our children are precious to us, as a former Crimes Against Children Detective I understand how important it is to end the violence in our city, we have faced unnecessary tragedy and must get a handle on violent criminals and repeat offenders in our city.
Stronger Economy More Jobs
As your Mayor, I will practice smart growth and create sustainable economic development. Creating more jobs will help Albuquerque families.
As Mayor of Albuquerque I will develop a “business friendly” culture that assists current businesses to expand while recruiting new businesses to the city, with my EVERY JOB COUNTS PROGRAM.
The Place You Want to Live
I am reaching out to people in our community, asking questions and learning about Albuquerque resident’s concerns. I will work diligently to ensure we have the right leadership in city services so that they are professional and helpful, this will make Albuquerque a better and safer place to live.
IN THE NEWS
- Albuquerque mayoral race starts up.
City Councilor Dan Lewis and former Chief of Staff for the New Mexico Attorney General Michelle Garcia Holmes officially announced they’ll be running for Albuquerque mayor on Sunday. Lewis and Garcia Holmes are part of a growing group of potential candidates.
Lewis mentioned lots of ideas about breaking up APS into smaller districts and combine all first responders into a metro safety agency.
Garcia Holmes made her announcement at the Albuquerque Country Club. She said she has spent her life working in public service and she will focus on making the city safer by supporting the police department and holding city leaders accountable.
- Two candidates enter the race to become Albuquerque’s next mayor.
Two new candidates have entered the race to become the next mayor of Albuquerque. The Albuquerque Journal reports that City Councilor Dan Lewis and retired police detective Michelle Garcia Holmes made separate campaign announcements Sunday.
They join Democrats Deanna Archuleta, a former Bernalillo County commissioner and first candidate to enter the race, and Stella Padilla, a retired Old Town resident. Lewis is the first Republican in the race. Garcia Holmes is an independent.
Mayor Richard Berry has said repeatedly that he won’t seek re-election to a third term. This year’s race is the first mayoral campaign in 20 years without an incumbent on the ballot. More candidates are expected to announce their campaigns later this month, and other candidates could emerge throughout the spring.
Election Day is October 3, 2017.
Saturday September 30, 2017
Thursday September 21, 2017
Tuesday, August 29, 2017
Thursday, July 27, 2017
Mayoral Candidate Boycotts Greater Albuquerque Chamber Of Commerce Forum Read More…
Wednesday, July 26, 2017
Michelle4mayor Campaign Releases the Auto Theft Portion of Her Crime Impact Program Read More…
Saturday, April 29, 2017
Crime is The Number one Issue For Voters. Read More…
Friday, April 7, 2017
Mayoral Campaign Receives Official Notice That The Petition Signature Requirement Has Been Met. Read More…