Republicans have a well funded coordinated campaign...

...and they are coming after Senator Sedillo Lopez!

Senator Sedillo Lopez has drawn a republican opponent in this November's general election! Her opponent is the republicans pick to try and win Senator Sedillo Lopez's seat in the legislature. As you can see from their website, the Republicans want voters to believe that they are bipartisan and collaborative. Please help Senator Sedillo Lopez educate voters about where she stands on the issues and make a donation today!

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About Antoinette

Senator Antoinette Sedillo Lopez became the State Senator for NM Senate District 16 in 2019.

Antoinette is a long time community leader focused on the critical social, economic, environmental, and civil rights issues affecting the lives of all New Mexicans. After serving as a Law Professor at UNM for more than twenty-five years—including eight years as an Associate Dean—she became the executive director of a non-profit serving victims of domestic violence in the Latino immigrant community of Central New Mexico. Her years of community involvement and legal expertise exceptionally qualify her to serve for her SE Heights Albuquerque district in the State Legislature.

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About

Senate District 16

NM Senate District 16 is located in Albuquerque's SE Heights. It includes much of Albuquerque's SE Heights, parts of the NE heights including neighborhoods near UNM, Kirtland Air Force Base and historic Central Avenue from Buena Vista to Louisiana. The neighborhoods and schools in the district are historic. Much of the area developed in the 30’s, 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. There is quite a lot of diversity in housing options for families. The area has undergone much change. Many families who live there are multi-generational. The landscaping is developed and has large lush trees with many parks, schools, and established neighborhoods.