Martin Heinrich

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Last updated May 9th, 2024 11:54pm GMT.

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New Mexicans need to know that Martin Heinrich is a rubber stamp for Joe Biden and the Democrats’ radical agenda. He votes nearly 100% of the time with Bernie Sanders and Chuck Schumer. (Learn More)


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Voters also need to know that Martin Heinrich has held office for nearly 20 years but still isn’t delivering for the state. On his watch, New Mexico has remained the worst state for education, with some of the highest crime and one of the weakest economies in the country. (Learn More)


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Finally, New Mexican families should be reminded that Martin Heinrich said he was ‘‘proud’’ to vote for a radical anti-energy bill that would eliminate over 11,000 New Mexico jobs and raise the price of gas and electricity. (Learn More)


Hit #1: Martin Heinrich Shakes joe biden's hand


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Hit #1: Martin Heinrich is “thrilled” to welcome Joe Biden to New Mexico


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Hit #1: Martin Heinrich: "I'm proud to work with Joe Biden."


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Hit #1: Martin Heinrich: Joe Biden's values "are as New Mexican as it gets."


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Hit #2: Media coverage of homicide spike in Albuquerque


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Hit #2: New Mexico has the highest violent crime rate in 2022


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Hit #2: New Mexico's "revolving door" of crime


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Hit #2: New Mexico rated the worst state for child well-being


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Hit #3: Martin Heinrich pledges a complete transition away from fossil fuels


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Hit #3: Martin Heinrich “urging” Congress to support cap-and-trade


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Nella Domenici

New Mexico is Nella Domenici’s home. Nella was born in Albuquerque and lived for most of her childhood in a home near the intersection of Lomas and Monroe with her seven brothers, sisters, and parents – Pete and Nancy Domenici. She began her education at Our Lady of Fatima, where she learned the values she holds today. She is the devoted mother of two, step-mom of four, and the wife of a Navy Veteran. Her family’s roots run deep in New Mexico and it is here that she has always returned. She and her husband Pat enjoy their family home in New Mexico that they have owned for nearly twenty years.

Like her father and mother, Nella has been a warrior for those who most need an advocate: for women competing in academics or business, for families dealing with mental illness, and for those without access to quality healthcare. She has also been a champion of improving the education of our youth in underserved communities.

Nella understands the importance of hard work, like most New Mexicans. She waited tables to help pay for her undergraduate degree from Georgetown University. While holding down a full-time job, she paid her way through night school at Georgetown Law. She also paid for Harvard Business School, graduating as a Baker Scholar, top 5% of the class, while nine months pregnant.

Nella began her career at the bottom and worked her way up through the complex finance world, where she eventually served as CFO for one of the world’s largest, most successful investment firms. In her career, Nella has advised, invested in, grown, and led many companies, and served on public company boards. The industries she has worked in are vast and include areas such as healthcare, AI, food service, lodging, commercial real estate, mortgage lending, and consumer products. These companies have ranged from small family-owned businesses, to rapidly growing venture backed enterprises, to a Fortune 200 company. Several of these have been headquartered in New Mexico. Collectively, the companies Nella has been heavily involved with have employed thousands of Americans.

Nella is uniquely prepared and qualified to fight for a significantly improved New Mexican economy. Her professional experience and education enables her to deeply understand taxation, inflation, setting and managing huge budgets and creating incentives and benefits that serve employees, and attract new businesses and entrepreneurs.