Scored Bills


Click on the name or number of any specific piece of legislation, and you’ll be directed to an individual page that features a description of the piece of legislation or amendment, the outcome of the measure, each legislator’s voting record, and more. Click on an issue name to learn more about that topic, and to see the full list of related Scorecard votes.

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    Climate Change
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  • Water Water
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Priority Bill # Title Sponsors Topics CVNM
HB 77 Energy Storage System Tax Credits   more Debra M. Sariñana
Support 2018
HB 87 Solar Market Development Income Tax Credit   more Debbie A. Rodella
Patricio Ruiloba
Carl Trujillo
Support 2018
HB 98 Local Election Act   more Paul C. Bandy
James E. Smith
Daniel A. Ivey-Soto
Support 2018
HB 127 NM Unit Fund Water Projects   more Rodolpho S. Martinez
Bill McCamley
Support 2018
HB 161 Agriculture & Vegetable Seed Law Preemption   more Jimmie C. Hall
William R. Rehm
Oppose 2018
HB 208 Study Workforce Training & Education   more Eliseo Lee Alcon
Harry Garcia
D. Wonda Johnson
Patricia A. Lundstrom
Elizabeth Thomson
Support 2018
HB 220 Reduce Various Coal Taxes   more Eliseo Lee Alcon
Harry Garcia
James R.J. Strickler
Oppose 2018
HJM 6 VW Settlement Funds for Electric School Buses   more Patricia Roybal Caballero
Linda M. Lopez
Support 2018
SB 47 Energy Redevelopment Bonds   more Jacob R. Candelaria
Steven P. Neville
Rod Montoya
Oppose 2018
SB 54 Capital Outlay Project Publication   more Sander Rue
Support 2018
SB 72 Southwest NM Water Projects   more Howie C. Morales
Support 2018
SB 79 Solar Market Development Tax Credit   more Mimi Stewart
Support 2018
SB 135 Oil & Gas Act Penalties & Protests   more Daniel A. Ivey-Soto
Oppose 2018
SB 189 Assurance for Plugging Oil & Gas Wells   more Richard C. Martinez
Support 2018
SB 251 Uranium Site Workforce Training Study   more John Pinto
Support 2018

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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.

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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.

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