Voting is a public way of saying, “Our families count, and we matter!” This guide offers information on national, NM statewide, and local elected officials. This guide lets you know what these positions do and how the decisions they make impact you and your family.
Members of the Navajo Nation have the right to participate in both the sovereign Navajo Nation government and the federal, state and local governments of the United States. By navigating both governments, Navajo voters can impact our daily lives and the lives of generations to come.
This guide offers information on Navajo Nation, U.S. national, NM statewide and local elected officials. This guide lets you know what these positions do and how the decisions they make impact you and your family.
The 2015 report seeks to inform policy makers, organizations and community members about both the policies that promote equitable outcomes for all families and the policies that harm families.
This report on the state of healthcare in New Mexico uses original research from nearly 200 healthcare surveys, 16 in-person interviews, as well as data provided by healthcare.gov and the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services to understand how to increase enrollment and access to quality healthcare for more New Mexican families. Research and data partners for the report include Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy at UNM, Alliance for a Just Society, and the Kaiser Family Foundation.
La participación cívica significa poder involucrar a personas cotidianas en decisiones que impactan a nuestras familias y comunidades. La temporada electoral es un tiempo importante para poder alzar la voz y participar en los diferentes aspectos electorales sin importar nuestro estatus de ciudadanía o el poder votar.
Civic participation means getting everyday folks involved in the decisions that affect our families and communities. Election season is an especially important time for us to speak up, and there are many ways we can all get involved in the process, regardless of our citizenship status or whether we can vote. The state guides can help us get involved in the process.
This report examines 18 pieces of legislation introduced during the 2013 regular session that would have direct impacts — positive or negative — on families in New Mexico.