New Mexico State Legislature:

House Scores

The New Mexico House of Representatives is comprised of 70 members. The House currently includes 24 Republicans and 46 Democrats. Click a legislator’s name to view their individual profile page, which features their voting records, contact information, and more.

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


Legislator Party District Office Service 2020
Score
Lifetime
Score
Akhil, Abbas (D) D 20 Representative Current 100% 96%
Alcon, Eliseo Lee (D) D 6 Representative Current 67% 83%
Allison, Anthony (D) D 4 Representative Current 71% 73%
Anderson, Phelps (R) R 66 Representative Current 10% 16%
Armstrong, Deborah A. (D) D 17 Representative Current 83% 94%
Armstrong, Gail (R) R 49 Representative Current 14% 37%
Baldonado, Alonzo (R) R 8 Representative Current 0% 18%
Bandy, Paul C. (R) R 3 Representative Current 14% 25%
Barrone, Daniel R. (D) D 42 Representative Current 60% 60%
Bash, Karen C. (D) D 68 Representative Current 100% 100%
Black, Rachel A. (R) R 51 Representative Current 0% 0%
Brown, Cathrynn N. (R) R 55 Representative Current 0% 18%
Cadena, Micaela Lara (D) D 33 Representative Current 75% 88%
Chandler, Christine (D) D 43 Representative Current 100% 100%
Chasey, Gail (D) D 18 Representative Current 100% 95%
Chatfield, Jack (R) R 67 Representative Current 0% 10%
Cook, Zachary J. (R) R 56 Representative Current 0% 18%
Crowder, Randal S. (R) R 64 Representative Current 0% 21%
Dow, Rebecca (R) R 38 Representative Current 17% 38%
Egolf, Brian F. (D) D 47 Representative Current 100% 98%
Ely, Daymon (D) D 23 Representative Current 100% 98%
Ezzell, Candy Spence (R) R 58 Representative Current 0% 17%
Fajardo, Kelly K. (R) R 7 Representative Current 33% 29%
Ferrary, Joanne J. (D) D 37 Representative Current 100% 100%
Figueroa, Natalie (D) D 30 Representative Current 100% 100%
Gallegos, David M. (R) R 61 Representative Current 0% 14%
Gallegos, Doreen Y. (D) D 52 Representative Current 100% 83%
Garcia, Harry (D) D 69 Representative Current 50% 87%
Garcia, Miguel P. (D) D 14 Representative Current 83% 96%
Garratt, Joy (D) D 29 Representative Current 83% 95%
Harper, Jason C. (R) R 57 Representative Current 20% 23%
Herrera, Susan K. (D) D 41 Representative Current 83% 95%
Hochman-Vigil, Dayan (D) D 15 Representative Current 100% 89%
Johnson, D. Wonda (D) D 5 Representative Current 100% 97%
Lara, Raymundo (D) D 34 Representative Current 67% 81%
Lente, Derrick J. (D) D 65 Representative Current 67% 90%
Lewis, Tim D. (R) R 60 Representative Current 0% 23%
Louis, Georgene (D) D 26 Representative Current 100% 97%
Lundstrom, Patricia A. (D) D 9 Representative Current 33% 64%
Madrid, Willie D. (D) D 53 Representative Current 17% 70%
Maestas, Antonio "Moe" (D) D 16 Representative Current 71% 87%
Martínez, Javier (D) D 11 Representative Current 100% 98%
Martinez, Rodolpho "Rudy" S. (D) D 39 Representative Current 67% 84%
Matthews, Marian (D) D 27 Representative Current 100% 100%
McQueen, Matthew (D) D 50 Representative Current 92% 96%
Montoya, Rod (R) R 1 Representative Current 9% 9%
Nibert, Greg (R) R 59 Representative Current 0% 12%
Powdrell-Culbert, Jane E. (R) R 44 Representative Current 17% 17%
Rehm, William "Bill" R. (R) R 31 Representative Current 0% 28%
Romero, Andrea A. (D) D 46 Representative Current 100% 100%
Romero, G. Andrés (D) D 10 Representative Current 83% 97%
Roybal Caballero, Patricia (D) D 13 Representative Current 86% 96%
Rubio, Angelica (D) D 35 Representative Current 100% 100%
Ruiloba, Patricio (D) D 12 Representative Current 33% 70%
Salazar, Tomás E. (D) D 70 Representative Current 57% 85%
Sanchez, Joseph L. (D) D 40 Representative Current 43% 68%
Sariñana, Debra M. (D) D 21 Representative Current 100% 100%
Schmedes, Gregg (R) R 22 Representative Current 33% 35%
Scott, Larry R. (R) R 62 Representative Current 0% 12%
Small, Nathan P. (D) D 36 Representative Current 89% 98%
Stansbury, Melanie A. (D) D 28 Representative Current 90% 97%
Stapleton, Sheryl Williams (D) D 19 Representative Current 80% 78%
Strickler, James R.J. (R) R 2 Representative Current 0% 13%
Sweetser, Candie G. (D) D 32 Representative Current 29% 63%
Thomson, Elizabeth "Liz" (D) D 24 Representative Current 100% 98%
Townsend, James G. (R) R 54 Representative Current 0% 10%
Trujillo, Christine (D) D 25 Representative Current 83% 94%
Trujillo, Jim R. (D) D 45 Representative Current 75% 72%
Trujillo, Linda M. (D) D 48 Representative Current 100% 100%
Zamora, Martin R. (R) R 63 Representative Current 0% 5%

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