Sandoval County Democratic Party – Welcome to our website.
Check our calendar for the latest campaign events.
Second Saturday Luncheon
County Pre-Primary Convention meets Feb. 15
As previously announced the County Pre-Primary Convention for Sandoval Democrats will take place Saturday, Feb.15 from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the Viva Event Center in Bernalillo.
State Pre-Primary Convention Set
Our State Democratic Party Pre-Primary convention will take place Saturday, March 7 starting at 9:00 a.m. at Buffalo Thunder in Santa Fe.
First Friday Luncheon Speaker announced
Our next First Friday lunch will take place on Friday, March 6 at 11:30 am at the Range Café in Bernalillo.
U.S. Representative for Congressional District 3 Ben Ray Lujan will be our speaker.
Second Saturday Luncheon slated for M’Tucci’s
Our next Second Saturday lunch will take place on Saturday, March 14 at 11:30am at M’Tucci’s in Rio Rancho. Speaker TBD.
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The following was published in the Rio Rancho Observer on Sunday, February 23, 2020. The author is Judy Gordon a member of the Sandoval County Precinct 74 Committee. Dear Editor: Kudos to our Democratic governor and New Mexico Legislature for their action to prevent suicides and domestic violence through the passage of the Extreme Risk …
Five of the seven Democratic Candidates for Congressional District 3 for Northern New Mexico asked for support from Sandoval County Democrats in the State Pre-Primary Convention March 7. The Convention helps determine candidates for the June 2, 2020 Primary Ballot. The seat is open with US Representative Ben Ray Lujan stepping up to run for …
Sandoval County Democratic Party Pre-Primary Convention had the honor of the kickoff speech given by Ben Ray Lujan, US Representative for Congressional District Three in New Mexico. More than 200 Democrats came out for the event on Saturday in Bernalillo. Rep. Lujan is relinquishing his seat to run for the U.S. Senate for New Mexico. …
For Rio Rancho Observer Published February 17, 2020 There are four early state Presidential election contests. Taken together the first four contests may be representative of a broken system. The first and second contests are biased in a way that knocks too many viable candidates out before they have been vetted by a cross-sample of …