My name is Martin Zamora and I am a Clovis native and have lived my entire life in the district. I have been involved in agricultural businesses for over twenty years. I spent over 22 years working at a dairy, and I have owned several small businesses related to the agricultural industry in New Mexico. I own a farm in Clovis and a ranch that’s located in Torrance and Socorro Counties.  I have also served on the Wells Fargo’s Community Advisory Board.


My wife, Debbie and I have been married for 38 years. Together we have raised two daughters who also live in Clovis with their families. Our two daughters are both nurses. One works as an instructor at Clovis Community College. The other is an RN at Plains Regional Cancer Center, and she also has a SANE certification. We have six beautiful grandchildren.


All voters deserve to have a choice when electing people to represent them in state government, with my background and experience, I know I can be a good conduit between Santa Fe and the people living in House District 63. I will work hard to advocate for your concerns, and I will not be influenced by outside forces that don’t have the district’s interests at heart.


My legislative priorities will center on supporting New Mexico’s families. My plan includes creating more jobs, so New Mexicans can provide a good standard of living for themselves and their children. I am a strong believer in the power of education, I will work to make sure every child in New Mexico receives a quality education and is safe while attending school. I will also strive to ensure that state agencies use taxpayer dollars wisely and will guard against any infringement upon the constitutional rights of New Mexicans. As a practicing Catholic, I value the sanctity of life and pledge to support efforts to increase protections for unborn children in New Mexico.


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