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The 100% Club

Each of the following legislators earned a 100% score in the 2015-2016 Conservation Scorecard. We applaud their commitment to protecting the air we breathe, the water we drink and the land where we live and play!

For a long-term view of a legislator’s record on conservation, view their profile page, which includes their “Lifetime” score. The “Lifetime” score is an average of a legislator’s annual conservation score over their years of service.

House 100%’ers:

Rep. Gail Chasey

Rep. Miguel Garcia

Rep. D. Wonda Johnson

Rep. Georgene Louis

Rep. James Roger Madalena

Rep. Patricia Roybal Caballero

Rep. Jeff Steinborn

Senate 100%’ers:

Sen. Cisco McSorley

Sen. Howie Morales

Sen. Nancy Rodriguez

Sen. Michael Sanchez

Sen. William Soules

Sen. Mimi Stewart

Sen. Peter Wirth

Know the Score > Take Action

Say ‘thanks’ … or, ‘no thanks’!

Tell your Legislators that you ‘know the score’

One of the best ways to influence the voting records of your elected officials is to communicate regularly with them. If your legislators scored well, it’s important to thank them and to support them. If you feel you weren’t well-represented by your legislators’ votes, it’s important to hold them accountable by letting them know what you think about their votes. The Scorecard is your key to staying informed on your legislators votes and getting in touch with them.

Communicate with the Governor and your Legislators

Whether you’re congratulating them on their score or expressing your disappointment, be direct, courteous and polite.

The most important part is letting them know that you are paying close attention to how they vote or, in the case of the Governor, what actions she takes on legislation that affects our air, land, and water.

Calling your legislator directly and sending letters through regular mail remain by far the most effective ways to communicate with your legislators.

The Governor and Lieutenant Governor can always be contacted at the State Capitol. Except during the legislative session, state legislators should be contacted in their home districts, as listed on the current Legislators page.

To find your House District number and Representative, visit our map here.

To find your Senate District number and Senator, visit our map here.

We take on tough fights to protect New Mexico, but these efforts in the State Capitol and around the state require financial resources. We can only win when we work together. Please join other New Mexicans in becoming a Conservation Voter today!

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