The change we need starts
here and now
What we accomplished, what’s to come
For the last month, leading up to the June 2 primaries, DPBC was proud to present the Dems running in contested races for their candidacies here in Bernalillo County, and to provide voters with insights into their priorities related to the Democratic platform.
Now the primary is behind us (visit for results!), we have a strong roster of Dems in place to appear on the fall ballot. Some are running unopposed, some are heavy favorites in their locales, others face tough challenges from Republicans backed by a party with deep pockets and anxious to gain ground in New Mexico.
We don’t plan to yield a single inch.
What we do plan is to fight for Dem contenders all the way to victory in November. Right now, that means creating a place and platform to provide the candidates with visibility (especially those in tough races) and link them to our volunteers and voters. Watch for Candidate Focus Forward, coming soon!
New Mexico's Delegates to the Democratic National Convention
Delegate Election Results
- Results of the June 13 CD1, CD2, and CD3 delegate election
- Results of the June 19 Party Leader and Elected Official (PLEO) delegate selection
- Results of the June 20 Statewide At Large delegate election
Democratic vision, Democratic values
We stand with Democrats across New Mexico in our belief that every person matters. We believe all citizens should have an equal voice in how we as a people are governed, without undue influence by rich and powerful special interests.
We work for the 99%, and affirm the ties that bind us together as one human family.
These beliefs and many more important principles are presented in the Platform of the Democratic Party of New Mexico, which we fully support.
Affordable, high-quality pre-K through college education is a basic right.
Regardless of their circumstances, everyone in New Mexico and the U.S. should have access to comprehensive, affordable, high-quality health care.
Services must include comprehensive behavioral health services, reproductive care, access to birth control, quality prenatal and postpartum care, and abortion care.
We believe that comprehensive reform is needed to provide an immigration system that is humane and non-discriminatory.
Families must be kept together.
We recognize that unions contribute to building a stronger middle class, and support their critical role in fighting for living wages, fair work rules and hiring practices, and safe working conditions.
Democrats pledge to fulfill, honor, and strengthen to the highest extent possible the United States’ fundamental trust responsibility to Indigenous Peoples, as provided in the Constitution, treaties, and case law.
Our country has a sacred, moral responsibility to honor all of our veterans and wounded warriors.
The party that passed the G.I. Bill of Rights will always work to protect the benefits our veterans and their families have earned in service to our nation.
We recognize that violence against women and girls is an epidemic, and stand firm in the need for a societal shift and the prosecution of perpetrators.
Democrats are pro-choice.
The Democratic Forum
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By Liz Copeland This Juneteenth I heard an interview on international public radio with Mona Boyd, an African American who has thought broadly and deeply about civil rights in the USA. She moved to Ghana thirty years ago, and that has deeply affected her understanding of human rights. While some things she...
Part 1: Fred Harris and the Kerner Commission Are Never Out of Date By Lance Chilton New Mexican Fred Harris was there – has been there at many of the most important events of the past 70 years. Senator Harris (he was a Democratic US Senator from Oklahoma from 1956 to 1972,...