HB93, our semi-open primary bill, is being heard tomorrow in House Consumer and Public Affairs, at 1:30 am in room 317. It is last on the agenda, so could be heard around 3 pm or later.

Please call or e-mail the members of House Consumer and Public Affairs today and voice your support to allow DTS, independent and minor party voters to choose a primary ballot. This does not allow Republicans to vote in a Democratic primary or vice-versa.

Here is how you reach the members of this committee:

  • Representative Elizabeth "Liz" Thomson - (D)
    District: 24
    Capitol Phone: (505) 986-4425
    Capitol Room: 314B
    Home Phone: (505) 239-1781
    Email: [email protected]
  • Representative Andrea Romero - (D)
    Capitol Phone: (505) 986-4254
    Capitol Room: 203CN
    Office Phone: (505) 490-6155
    Email: [email protected]
  • Representative Candy Spence Ezzell - (R)
    District: 58
    Capitol Phone: (505) 986-4454
    Capitol Room: 203IN
    Home Phone: (575) 625-0550
    Email: [email protected]
  • Representative Angelica Rubio - (D)
    District: 35
    Capitol Phone: (505) 986-4227
    Capitol Room: 203A
    Office Phone: (575) 616-1090
    Email: [email protected]
  • Representative Gregg Schmedes - (R)
    District: 22
    Capitol Phone: (505) 986-4453
    Capitol Room: 203HN
    Home Phone: (505) 506-6725
    Email: [email protected]

After this committee the bill must go to House Elections and House Judiciary

New Mexico Open Elections


New Mexico Open Elections advocates a simple, yet radical idea: no New Mexican should be required to join a political party to vote.