When we think about healthcare today, we think about things like markets, benefits, and subsidies. All of these things matter, but they’re only small pieces of the puzzle when it comes to healthcare.
Deb Haaland has received the endorsement of Jemez Pueblo and Santo Domingo Pueblo for her campaign to be the next Congresswoman for New Mexico's 1st Congressional District.
“Regardless of where we live, Native Americans are a big part of our community,” Haaland said. “I definitely will be representing Indian Country, whether it’s here or wherever.”
Just as the land is continuous, and the rivers all run to the sea, we have a lot of common ground and shared needs. I’m running to care for what we already have, and make sure our existence continues long into the future.
"...as a woman, and a woman of color, in this time of Trump … it’s so important for our voices to be heard out there."
Haaland will formally launch her campaign today for the 1st Congressional District seat that will be vacated next year by incumbent Michelle Lujan Grisham, who is running for governor.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The outgoing leader of the New Mexico Democratic Party is running for an open congressional seat and hopes to become the nation’s first Native American congresswoman.