New Mexico State Legislature:

Senate Scores

The New Mexico Senate is comprised of 42 senators. The Senate currently has 26 Democrats, 15 Republicans, and 1 Decline To State. Click a legislator’s name to view their individual profile page, which features their voting records, contact information, and more.

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

Legislator Party District Office Service 2022
Baca, Gregory A. (R) R 29 Senator Current 25% 27%
Brandt, Craig W. (R) R 40 Senator Current 33% 27%
Burt, William F. (R) R 33 Senator Current 0% 27%
Campos, Pete  (D) D 8 Senator Current 100% 79%
Candelaria, Jacob R. (DTS) DTS 26 Senator Current 0% 76%
Cervantes, Joseph  (D) D 31 Senator Current 100% 84%
Diamond, Crystal R. (R) R 35 Senator Current 0% 6%
Duhigg, Katy M. (D) D 10 Senator Current 100% 89%
Gallegos, David M. (R) R 41 Senator Current 29% 15%
Gonzales, Roberto "Bobby" J. (D) D 6 Senator Current 71% 79%
Griggs, Ron  (R) R 34 Senator Current 43% 33%
Hamblen, Carrie (D) D 38 Senator Current 100% 100%
Hemphill, Siah Correa (D) D 28 Senator Current 100% 100%
Hickey, Martin (D) D 20 Senator Current 100% 95%
Ingle, Stuart  (R) R 27 Senator Current 0% 22%
Ivey-Soto, Daniel A. (D) D 15 Senator Current 100% 88%
Jaramillo, Leo (D) D 5 Senator Current 100% 96%
Kernan, Gay G. (R) R 42 Senator Current 33% 32%
Lopez, Linda M. (D) D 11 Senator Current 100% 86%
McKenna, Brenda G. (D) D 9 Senator Current 100% 100%
Moores, Mark  (R) R 21 Senator Current 29% 27%
Munoz, George K. (D) D 4 Senator Current 50% 50%
Neville, Steven P. (R) R 2 Senator Current 29% 35%
O'Neill, Bill B. (D) D 13 Senator Current 100% 95%
Ortiz y Pino, Gerald  (D) D 12 Senator Current 100% 94%
Padilla, Michael  (D) D 14 Senator Current 71% 88%
Pinto, Shannon (D) D 3 Senator Current 100% 100%
Pirtle, Cliff R. (R) R 32 Senator Current 29% 28%
Pope, Harold (D) D 23 Senator Current 100% 96%
Rodriguez, Nancy  (D) D 24 Senator Current 100% 90%
Sanchez, Joshua A. (R) R 30 Senator Current 43% 16%
Schmedes, Gregg  (R) R 19 Senator Current 60% 28%
Sedillo Lopez, Antoinette  (D) D 16 Senator Current 100% 98%
Sharer, William E. (R) R 1 Senator Current 0% 17%
Shendo Jr., Benny  (D) D 22 Senator Current 100% 79%
Soules, William P. (D) D 37 Senator Current 100% 94%
Stefanics, Elizabeth "Liz" (D) D 39 Senator Current 100% 97%
Steinborn, Jeff  (D) D 36 Senator Current 100% 99%
Stewart, Mimi  (D) D 17 Senator Current 100% 98%
Tallman, Bill  (D) D 18 Senator Current 100% 97%
Wirth, Peter  (D) D 25 Senator Current 78% 99%
Woods, Pat  (R) R 7 Senator Current 20% 18%

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