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The NMBC is a true grassroots operation that will educate individual voters about the candidates and issues in their district and motivate them to take that knowledge to the polls and vote.

It is the voter who will affect the change we need because educated voters will elect the best candidates when they understand the issues. Reaching those voters is where the NMBC will make a distinct difference in political races.

  • Support Energy Redevelopment Bonds
    Support Energy Redevelopment Bonds

    We have an opportunity to take advantage of new energy advances and right now you can support a New Mexico bill introduced this legislative session that will make that possible.


    The Energy Redevelopment Bond Act, SB 47/HB 80, will give the Public Regulation Commission (PRC) the oversight for PNM to issue bonds to cover costs associated with the closing the San Juan coal plant. This means that PNM and its shareholders will not face large financial losses from the early closure of this coal-fired facility and our state’s customers stand to save $100 million. Giving the PRC the authority to allow PNM to issue bonds is a smart, tactical decision that moves us to cleaner energy economically.

  • Got Truth? New Energy Economy could use some!
    Got Truth?  New Energy Economy could use some!

    New Energy Economy (NEE) has a knack for sensationalism and fund raising, but not for telling the truth. And now they have fallen subject to the NMBC Truth Project.

    Why should anyone care what NEE says? Its false and misleading statements have left the realm of their funders and followers and have now hit the mainstream where they are attempting to impact regulatory decisions.

    The problem is that it may have worked.

  • NMBC Truth Campaign
    NMBC Truth Campaign

    For too long, New Mexicans have been missing out on the full truth about a wide variety of issues like: 1) what our electric companies go through in dealing with aggressive special interest groups to provide us with clean, affordable, energy; or 2) why some elected officials will pander to special interest groups in order to get re-elected - even when those special interest groups are destroying our economy.

    Those times are over. Donate Now!

  • What's the best way to solve problems in New Mexico?
    What's the best way to solve problems in New Mexico?

    What matters most in 2018 to make NM better?

    NMBC values your opinion to help guide our work dedicated to improving the quality of life for all New Mexicans. Please take a few minutes to fill out this short survey and you could win $25*.

    The feedback you provide will be used to help NMBC establish priorities that will be relayed to all NM Legislators before the 2018, 30-day session. Your responses to this survey will be anonymous; you do not have to provide your name to participate.

    *See the survey for eligibility details on winning $25.

  • Albuquerque/Sandoval County Future up for a VOTE!
    Albuquerque/Sandoval County Future up for a VOTE!

    Who will lead Albuquerque to better times? See ABQ Mayor and City Council Job Interviews HERE.

    Albuquerque voters will elect a new Mayor and City Councilor in District 5. If you haven’t voted, tomorrow is the final opportunity. Polling locations HERE.

    If you missed the live job interviews for ABQ Mayor and City Councilor by Candace Beeke, President and Publisher, Albuquerque Business First, you can see them HERE.

    Sandoval County Commissioners are expected to vote on the oil and gas ordinance Thursday, November 16, at the meeting beginning at 6:00 pm. We urge you to show up by 4:30 pm and support the unamended ordinance. The meeting well be held at 1500 Idalia Road, Bernalillo, NM 87004.

  • Some surprises are neither good nor welcome -
    Some surprises are neither good nor welcome -

    As Las Cruces, like other parts of the state, looks to get their people in productive jobs, they are once again creating hardship for employers. And it's primarily employers - not government - that should be providing productive jobs for New Mexicans.