Ben Ray Luján, the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate in New Mexico, today completes the final stop on his 33-county virtual road trip to engage with voters. Courtesy photo
From the Ben Ray Luján for Senate Campaign:
NAMBÉ – Today, Ben Ray Luján, the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate in New Mexico, announced that he completed the final stop on his 33-county virtual road trip to engage with voters across New Mexico.
“Connecting with voters across the state looks a lot different this year. But through my virtual road trip, I was able to talk to voters and hear what’s on their mind, while sharing my work on priorities like helping New Mexico recover and rebuild during and after the COVID-19 crisis, expanding economic opportunities and creating jobs for New Mexicans, and increasing access to affordable health care,” Luján said. I’ll be a senator for every one of the 33 counties in New Mexico and will work tirelessly to build a brighter future for our state. I’m proud of how New Mexicans across the state have come together and built a grassroots movement in the midst of this challenging time.”
Luján launched his virtual road trip to safely connect with voters during COVID-19. He will continue his robust outreach campaign through virtual, and when safe, in-person events and will continue talking to New Mexicans about the issues they’re facing and what matters most to them.
Click here to read a wrap-up of the tour, including highlights, policy discussions and questions asked at each of the stops.