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Encyclopedia > New Mexico Senate

The New Mexico State Senate is the upper house of the New Mexico State Legislature. There are 42 members of the Senate. The state legislature meets in the state capital, Santa Fe. The New Mexico Legislature is the state legislature of the U.S. state of New Mexico. ... Santa Fe (Spanish, Holy Faith) (full form: La Villa Real de la Santa Fe de San Francisco de Asís, English: Royal City of the Holy Faith of St. ...


Each member represents roughly 43,300 residents of New Mexico. State nickname: Land of Enchantment Other U.S. States Capital Santa Fe Largest city Albuquerque Governor Bill Richardson Official languages English and Spanish Area 315,194 km² (5th)  - Land 314,590 km²  - Water 607 km² (0. ...

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Senate (2005-2006 Session)

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* Democrats: 24
* Republicans: 18

The Democratic Party is one of the two major political parties in the United States. ... The Republican Party, often called the GOP (for Grand Old Party, although one early citation described it as the Gallant Old Party) [1], is one of the two major political parties in the United States. ...

Leadership

President Pro Tempore: Ben D. Altamirano (D-Silver City)
Majority Leader: Michael S. Sanchez (D-Belen)
Minority Leader: Stuart Ingle (R-Portales)
Majority Whip: Mary Jane Garcia (D-Dona Ana)
Minority Whip: Leonard Lee Rawson (R-Las Cruces)


Members by District

  • District 1 - William Sharer (R)
  • District 2 - Alan Hurt (R)
  • District 3 - John Pinto (D)
  • District 4 - Lidio Rainaldi (D)
  • District 5 - Richard C. Martinez (D)
  • District 6 - Carlos Cisneros (D)
  • District 7 - Clinton Harden, Jr. (R)
  • District 8 - Pete Campos (D)
  • District 9 - Steve Komadina (R)
  • District 10 - Ramsay L. Gorham (R)
  • District 11 - Linda M. Lopez (D)
  • District 12 - Richard M. Romero (D)
  • District 13 - Dede Feldman (D)
  • District 14 - Manny M. Aragon (D)
  • District 15 - H. Diane Snyder (R)
  • District 16 - Cisco McSorley (D)
  • District 17 - Shannon Robinson (D)
  • District 18 - Mark Boitano (R)
  • District 19 - Sue F. Wilson (R)
  • District 20 - William H. Payne (R)
  • District 21 - Kent L. Cravens (R)
  • District 22 - Leonard Tsosie (D)
  • District 23 - Joseph J. Carraro (R)
  • District 24 - Nancy Rodriguez (D)
  • District 25 - Roman M. Maes (D)
  • District 26 - Bernadette M. Sanchez (D)
  • District 27 - Stuart Ingle (R)
  • District 28 - Ben D. Altamirano (D)
  • District 29 - Michael S. Sanchez (D)
  • District 30 - Joseph A. Fidel (D)
  • District 31 - Cynthia Nava (D)
  • District 32 - Timothy Z. Jennings (D)
  • District 33 - Rod Adair (R)
  • District 34 - Don Kidd (R)
  • District 35 - John Arthur Smith (D)
  • District 36 - Mary Jane Garcia (D)
  • District 37 - Leonard Lee Rawson (R)
  • District 38 - Mary Kay Papen (D)
  • District 39 - Phil A. Griego (D)
  • District 40 - Dianna J. Duran (R)
  • District 41 - Carroll H. Leavell (R)
  • District 42 - Gay Gottshall Kernan (R)

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