Stop Ivey-Soto

State Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto has been credibly accused by multiple women of a long history of sexual harassment, bullying, and abuse. Several groups have called on Ivey-Soto to resign. Short of his resignation, there are additional steps that Senate leadership can take to hold him accountable and prevent further harm. New Mexico deserves better.

Early Childhood Education – Vote Yes for Kids

In 2022, voters made it clear that New Mexico needs to prioritize early education for children across the state. Constitutional Amendment 1 passed with 70% support, increasing the amount of money our state invests in our children. The Constitutional Amendment will allocate roughly $150 Million  to the New Mexico Early Childhood Education and Care Department […]

NM Voting Rights Act

The fight for voting rights remains critical as states across the US are trying to make it harder for voters to cast their ballots. We’re seeing voter suppression tactics increase across the country – including voter registration obstacles, limiting early voting options, and walking back access to mail-in ballots. The Center for Civic Policy is […]

Election Protection

Voters should feel safe when they cast their votes – full stop. The Center for Civic Policy supports New Mexico’s Secretary of State and our state’s Voter Bill of Rights and will continue our work to fight disinformation and voter intimidation. CCP supports our community partners who train poll watchers and poll monitors, increasing the […]

Modernization of the NM Legislature

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New Mexico is the last state to utilize a “Citizen Legislature” – meaning our elected officials and staff in the Roundhouse are unsalaried. This may have made sense when our state was founded, but the system no longer serves our communities and CCP is proud to be a part of the efforts to modernize our […]

NM Prospera

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Nuevo Mexico Prospera is a coalition of grassroots economic, social and environmental justice organizations from around the state working to diversify the state’s economy while creating thousands of jobs for communities most impacted by climate change. We believe communities and frontline workers who are disproportionately affected by climate change should lead the just transition to […]

Power 4 NM

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At Power 4 NM, we believe that by growing community power and amplifying community voices to inform NM’s energy transition and push the state’s decision makers to commit to bold actions on climate, we will be able shape a clean and prosperous present and future led by frontline communities. This will allow us to empower […]

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