Our Good Friend and current District 40 State Representative Joseph Sanchez is running for Congress. He is Running for New Mexico's 3rd Congressional District which is basically the entire northern half of the state and includes Rio Rancho, Corrales, and Ventana Ranch. A lot of Friends, Family, and Supporters who currently live in the Albuquerque Area have been asking how they can help and how they can get involved. Well, here is your chance.
We will be having a "Friends Meetup" and this will be the perfect time to invite your friends and family who live in the Rio Rancho, Corrales, and Ventana Ranch Area to come and meet Our Friend Joseph. You do not have to bring a guest to come hang out.
At the meetup, you will have the opportunity to get more involved or make a contribution to Joseph if you shall choose. No Pressure. There will also be computers where you can register to vote or change party affiliations if you would like. This is going to be a very tough race and your support is greatly appreciated.
Come have a beer, watch the Chiefs take on the Broncos, and catch up with old friends from the Norte. Kids are welcome until 8:00pm. Please share this with anyone you think might be interested and make sure to post this on your Social Media.
We can't wait to see you all.
Let's show our support and get Our Friend Joseph to Washington!
I am a “born and raised” northern New Mexican. My family is from Alcalde, a small farming community north of Española. That is where I spent my childhood and that is where I currently reside.
My work ethic was instilled at a young age. I grew up helping my father with his contracting business, raising cattle, cleaning the acequia every Spring and growing crops of hay and alfalfa. I also grew up as an outdoorsman and to this day enjoy hunting and fishing in the vast wilderness found within Congressional District 3.
I was blessed to be brought up in a musical family. I play several instruments but play the saxaphone in my family band.
I am blessed to have my roots in Alcalde, a community with a rich New Mexico history. Alcalde, the Spanish word for “Mayor”, is situated next to Ohkay Owingeh (formerly known as San Juan Pueblo and the first capital in the US which was established in 1598). Ohkay Owingeh is the ending point for the 1,500-mile historic Camino Real, the ancient trade route which extended from Mexico City, and which played a key role in cross cultural trade and commerce.
As your Congressman, I will bring with me the strong work
ethic instilled in me as a child, a love for the rural and outdoor lifestyle
and a deep appreciation for the ancient and multi-culture history of New