Las Cruces/Dona Ana County Election 2019 Highlights

Election Congratulations go out to our Las Cruces/Dona Ana County winners.

Two members kept their positions on the Doña Ana Soil and Water Conservation Board: 

David Joseph (DJ) Martinez, Supervisor 2 and Joshua L Smith, Supervisor 5.

Carol Cooper won the Las Cruces Public School Board District 5 race, beating Ed Frank, the highly favored incumbent and current School Board President!  Wow!

Honorable mention, in the Las Cruces Mayor’s race, goes to Mike Tellez who went all the way to the 8th round (mayor was decided in the 9th round with 55% of the votes). Mike came in 3rd behind two former mayors! Big accomplishment Mike; well done!

Honorable mention also goes to Janice Williams who lost by only 88 votes in her run for Las Cruces Public School Board District 5.

All Candidates deserve A LOT of credit for taking on the challenge of running for office and persevering through it all. And a big credit and thank you to the their Campaign Managers, Treasurers and all who worked on specific campaigns.

We would also like to thank the volunteers who worked in the office of the Republican Party of Dona Ana County (RPDA) stuffing envelopes and especially those volunteers who walked designated routes to encourage our fellow Conservatives to vote.

Thanks to all those who contributed financially to campaigns or to the RPDA office to provide necessary resources and support to

Get Out The Vote!

Last, but certainly not least, a Big Thank you to all the Watchers and other Election Officials who took the time to make sure that our elections were fair and honest, all the while working on campaigns or other activities to promote our Conservative Candidates!



Upcoming Actions and Meetings as of 11/10/19       

Monday, November 11th  Veterans’ Day!

Remember to fly or display your flag!

Observe a two-minute moment of silence at 11am.

Read more at: https://militarybenefits.info/remembrance-day

Monday, November 11th , 6:30am – 10:30pm (regular transit hours)

RoadRUNNER Transit will have a “Fare Free” day on Veterans Day!

For trip planning, route maps, schedules or information, contact RoadRUNNER Transit customer service at 575/541-2500 or go to http://roadrunner.las-cruces.org

Monday, November 11th, 6pm (usually the first Monday of the month)    

Republican Party of Dona Ana County (RPDA) Monthly Meeting

Veterans will be honored and asked to stand or speak at this meeting.

La Posta de Mesilla (Fiesta Room)2410 Calle de San Albino, Mesilla, NM 88046

Please donate $5 per person at each meeting to keep the RPDA Office running! 

RPDA also needs help at the Office!  Please call the office at (575) 523-8683.

Check out the website at:  https://rpda.us                       

Tuesday, November 12th, 9am

Doña Ana County Commissioners’ Meeting (second and fourth Tuesday of the month)

Also known as Board of County Commissioners (BOCC).

DAC Government Bldg – (BOCC Chambers), 845 N. Motel Blvd, Las Cruces, 88081

https://donaanacounty.org/agendas

Tuesday, November 12th, 10am – 12pm

Before/Beyond Borders: A Critical Look at (Im)Migration in the Borderlands

(Beware! This is a Liberal Perspective!  The Organizer is “Resist: Las Cruces!”)

Sponsored by: Academy for Learning in Retirement  https://dacc.nmsu.edu/alr/

Location:  Good Samaritan (Lower Level), 3011 Buena Vida Circle, Las Cruces, NM

Topic:  Mean Green – Nation Building in the National Border Patrol Museum.

An analysis of this museum and the messages that it conveys.

Cost:  $5 per Lecture/$4 per Lecture for Members of Academy for Learning in Retirement.  Membership fee is $5. 

You can sign up/pay at the door.  

Tuesday, November 12th, 6pm

Las Cruces City Council Work Session Minimum Wage Discussion

Lynn Community/Middle School, Choir Room, 950 S Walnut St, Las Cruces, NM

Las Cruces (LC) minimum wage will increase to $10.25/hour starting January 1, 2020. Work session will include analysis of past LC min. wage increases and projection of effects of January increase.  Comparison of LC min. wage to NM state law changes to minimum wage will also be discussed. Review the 11/12 Work Session agenda at:

http://www.las-cruces.org/1812/Council-Meetings-and-Agendas

Thursday, November 14th, 10am – 12pm

Before/Beyond Borders: A Critical Look at (Im)Migration in the Borderlands

(Beware! This is a Liberal Perspective!  The Organizer is “Resist: Las Cruces!”)

Sponsored by: Academy for Learning in Retirement  https://dacc.nmsu.edu/alr/

Location:  Good Samaritan (Lower Level), 3011 Buena Vida Circle, Las Cruces, NM

Topic:  “Cuando vino el alambre, vino el hambre” (when the fences came, hunger came). The border wall/fence’s impact upon daily legal border crossings of farm workers.

Cost:  $5 per Lecture/$4 per Lecture for Members of Academy for Learning in Retirement.  Membership fee is $5.  You can sign up/pay at the door.  

Thursday, November 14th, 6:30pm

Picacho Gun Club (second Thursday of each month)

New Mexico Department of Game and Fish2715 E. Northrise Drive, Las Cruces, NM

Contact Bill Parshall at 724-612-0757 for additional information.

Thursday, November 14th, 6:30pm  

Yvette Herrell to Speak in Alamogordo!

19th Hole Grill & Bar at Desert Lakes Golf Course,

2351 Hamilton Road, Alamogordo, NM  88310

Sponsored by Republican Women of Otero County

Sorry!  The event below is at capacity!

Thursday, November 14th Doors open at 6:30pm, dinner starts promptly at 7pm

Southwest Coalition for Life “SAVE THE STORKS” 2019 Benefit Banquet

Enjoy a free dinner and raise money for a Mobile Ultrasound “Storks Bus!”

Grace Gardens6701 Westside Drive, El Paso, TX  79932

Join the waiting list at: https://www.southwest.life/storkbanquet/

Call 833-388-LIFE, extension 700 to inquire about Table Sponsor options!

Saturday, November 16th, 11:30am (third Saturday of the month)

Cruces Atmospheric Sciences Forum (CASF) Meeting

Pepe’s Restaurant – 1405 W. Picacho Ave, Las Cruces

Meet scientists, engineers and regular folks who can factually expose the climate change hoax.  https://casf.me/

Monday, November 18th, 1pm

Las Cruces City Council Meeting (first and third Monday of the month)

Council Chambers, City Hall700 N. Main Street, Las Cruces

http://www.las-cruces.org/1812/Council-Meetings-and-Agendas

To All:


We will be sponsoring an event out in front of the Border Patrol HQ located on Main Street near the corner of Main & Elks Drive between 12 noon and 5 PM tomorrow afternoon.  This was the idea of our own Mike Simons who wanted to thank the Border Patrol for protecting our community at a time when the Democrat party is only out to demonize these people for doing their dangerous jobs.


Please join Mike as he will be out there from Noon until 6 PM holding signs up to thank our Border Patrol.  


This is tomorrow, November 8th.  We kept the notice of this short so people would not forget and so the focus would be on the recent elections.  But it’s important that we honor these folks too.


Some people are going to bake them some cookies as a thank-you to the Border Patrol people.  If you’d like to join in the baking, please contact Betty Bishop.

“The tally was 232-196, with all Republicans who voted opposing the resolution and two Democratic defectors joining them: freshman Rep. Jeff Van Drew of New Jersey and 15-term veteran Rep. Collin Peterson of Minnesota, one of his party’s most conservative members. Both represent GOP-leaning districts.”

via SRN News/AP
Video starts at about 24:54

Read the text of the resolution here: https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-resolution/660/text

Upcoming Actions and Meetings as of 10/21/19        

Tuesday, October 22nd, 9am

Doña Ana County Commissioners’ Meeting (second and fourth Tuesday of the month)

Also known as Board of County Commissioners (BOCC).

DAC Government Bldg – (BOCC Chambers), 845 N. Motel Blvd, Las Cruces, 88081

https://donaanacounty.org/agendas

Tuesday, October 22nd, 5:00pm -8pm (also on Thursday, October 24th, see below)

Mayoral Candidate Forum

Beverly Hills Hall, 105 N. Hermosa Street, Las Cruces, NM

SWOP and Unidos del Las Cruces invite you to come out and meet the Mayoral Candidates and ask them questions on why they deserve your vote! Food, drink and a brief presentation on Ranked Choice Voting.  For more info: 575-621-0268.  Candidates: Mike Tellez, Jorge Sanchez, Bev Courtney, Alexander Fresquez, Isabella Solis

Thursday, October 24th, 5:00pm -8pm

Mayoral Candidate Forum

Beverly Hills Hall, 105 N. Hermosa Street, Las Cruces, NM

SWOP and Unidos del Las Cruces invite you to come out and meet the Mayoral Candidates and ask them questions on why they deserve your vote! Food, drink and a brief presentation on Ranked Choice Voting.  For more info  575-621-0268.  Candidates:

Gina Ortega, Dolores Lucero, Bill Mattiace, Ken Miyagashima, Greg Smith

Thursday, October 24th, 6:30pm

Gun Culture Club (fourth Thursday of the month)

Pepe’s Restaurant – 1405 W. Picacho Ave, Las Cruces, NM

Thursday, October 24th to Saturday, October 26th, 2019

80th New Mexico Federated Republican Women Biennial Convention

Guest Speakers, Food and Fun!

Location: Courtyard Marriott, Albuquerque, NM

Cost: Room $96 + tax (group rate)  Early Registration:  $135 (meetings, four dinners +)

Contact: Patricia Rothengass at: [email protected] or 575-650-5057

Friday, November 1st, 12 Noon – 5pm

Southern New Mexico and Southwest Texas’ largest B2B Cannabis and Hemp Expo

Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E University Ave, Las Cruces, New Mexico 88001

Governor Grisham is Pro-Cannabis for NM, are you?  Find out more about this event at:

https://alibi.com/events/318120/Southern-New-Mexico-Cannabis-Expo.html

Friday, November 1st, 11:00am (no October mtg due to 80th NMFRW in ABQ)

Dona Ana County Federated Republican Women (DACFRW)

Trinity Lutheran Church, 2900 Elks Drive, Las Cruces

Bring $15 for lunch; purchase tickets for the November Raffle.

DACFRW 2020 dues of $ 30.00 is payable at this time.

Theme for November Raffle is Happy Holidays (Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Years).

The meeting starts promptly at 11:30.

Speakers: 2019 Las Cruces Public School Board Candidates for Districts 4 and 5:

Janice Williams for Las Cruces Public School Board District 4

Carol Cooper for Las Cruces Public School Board District 5

Lee Cotter and Ben Rawson will answer questions before the Tues, Nov. 5th election.   

Deadline for lunch reservation is Monday October 28th (and to inquire about membership), contact: Patricia Rothengass at: [email protected] or 575-650-5057.

Monday, November 4th, 1pm

Las Cruces City Council Meeting (first and third Monday of the month)

Council Chambers, City Hall, 700 N. Main Street, Las Cruces, NM

http://www.las-cruces.org/1812/Council-Meetings-and-Agendas

Thursday, November 7th RSVP Deadline! (Please see Thursday, November 14th, pg 3.)

Southwest Coalition for Life “SAVE THE STORKS” 2019 Benefit Banquet

Enjoy a free dinner and raise money for a Mobile Ultrasound “Storks Bus!”

RSVP online at:  https://www.southwest.life/storkbanquet/

Please see website above for full event details.

Friday, November 8th, 10am

Naturalization Ceremony

Las Cruces Convention Center, 680 E. University Avenue, Las Cruces, NM

Witness as new citizens take their Oath of Citizenship to the United States of America.

Voter Registration Agents are encouraged to attend and sign-up new voters!

https://www.nmd.uscourts.gov/naturalization

Friday, November 8th, 11am – 6pm

CBP and ICE Appreciation Day

Las Cruces Border Patrol Station, 3120 N Main St., Las Cruces, NM  88001

In an effort to thank Border Patrol and show our support, folks will meet on the sidewalk in front of the Border Patrol Station, at any time you can give (noon to 1pm, and 4pm to 6pm preferred), to wave American flags and display signs of positive support for CBP to the passing traffic.  Also, bring any of the following into the Border Patrol Station for the CBP Agents: homemade and store-bought baked goods, sunscreen, chapstick (lip balm), hand sanitizer, wipes, protein bars, snack-sized nut pkgs., etc.  For more info, contact:   Mike Simons at 575-639-0867 or [email protected]

Saturday, November 9th, 11:30am (second Saturday of the month)

Republican Women of Mesilla Valley (RWMV)

Hacienda de Mesilla, 1891 Avenida de Mesilla, Mesilla, NM

Guests are Welcome! 

Contact: Carol Cooper, President, [email protected]  – 575-644-1790

Monday, November 11th, 6pm (usually the first Monday of the month)    

Republican Party of Dona Ana County (RPDA) Monthly Meeting

La Posta de Mesilla (Fiesta Room), 2410 Calle de San Albino, Mesilla, NM 88046

Please donate $5 per person at each meeting to keep the RPDA Office running! 

RPDA also needs help at the Office!  Please call the office at (575) 523-8683.

Check out the website at:  https://rpda.us

Tuesday, November 12th, 9am

Doña Ana County Commissioners’ Meeting (second and fourth Tuesday of the month)

Also known as Board of County Commissioners (BOCC).

DAC Government Bldg – (BOCC Chambers), 845 N. Motel Blvd, Las Cruces, 88081

https://donaanacounty.org/agendas

Thursday, November 14th, 6:30pm

Picacho Gun Club (second Thursday of each month)

New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, 2715 E. Northrise Drive, Las Cruces, NM

Contact Bill Parshall at 724-612-0757 for additional information.

Thursday, November 14th, 6:30pm  

Yvette Herrell to Speak in Alamogordo!

19th Hole Grill & Bar at Desert Lakes Golf Course,

2351 Hamilton Road, Alamogordo, NM  88310

Sponsored by Republican Women of Otero County

Thursday, November 14th Doors open at 6:30pm, dinner starts promptly at 7pm

Southwest Coalition for Life “SAVE THE STORKS” 2019 Benefit Banquet

Enjoy a free dinner and raise money for a Mobile Ultrasound “Storks Bus!”

Grace Gardens, 6701 Westside Drive, El Paso, TX  79932

Register online by November 7th at:  https://www.southwest.life/storkbanquet/

Call 833-388-LIFE, extension 700 to inquire about Table Sponsor options!

Election Watch 2019 covers the Las Cruces 2019 Municipal Elections for: Mayor, Councilors in Districts 1, 2 and 4, School Board Districts 4 and 5, Presiding Judge; and Doña Ana Soil and Water Conservation Board Supervisors 1, 2 and 5.

The following list of Qualified Candidates is taken from the NM Secretary of State
Website. All counties are listed on this website. Scroll down to Dona Ana County:
https://candidateportal.servis.sos.state.nm.us/CandidateList.aspx?eid=2747

PREFERRED CANDIDATES ARE IN Bold

*Candidates for MAYOR CITY OF LAS CRUCES
Due to Ranked Choice Voting, please make these your first five Mayoral choices in the order of your preference, they will support each other in the final count:
Bev Courtney “One Citizen, One Verified Vote” Facebook:@BevCourtney4Mayor
Mike Tellez (current owner of “The Dream Center”)https://miketellezformayor.com/
Jesusita Dolores Lucero (2011 Mayoral Candidate) 575-649-4784
William (Bill) Mattiace (former Republican Las Cruces Mayor)
Isabella Solis (current County Commissioner District 4) “Las Cruces’ First Choice!”
Eugenia (Gina) Montoya Ortega (owned La Fiesta Bakery)
Alexander Paige Baca Fresquez
Jorge Sanchez
Greg Smith (current Las Cruces City Councilor District 2)
Ken Miyagishima (current Las Cruces Mayor)

Candidates for Las Cruces City Council District 1
Shelly Nichols-Shaw “Together, We Can Move Mountains”
Kasandra Gandara (current Las Cruces City Councilor District 1)
**In 2015, Gandara beat Eli Guzman by 18 votes! We CAN’T let this happen again!

*Candidates for Las Cruces City Council District 2
Philip VanVeen “CUT THE RED TAPE” Facebook @ VanVeen Las Cruces
Jason Estrada
Tessa Abeyta Stuve
Jack L.Valencia, Jr.
**In 2015, Smith beat Philip VanVeen by 152 votes! We CAN’T let this happen again!

*Candidates for Las Cruces City Council District 4
Robert Palacios “It Takes a Community!” https://www.rob4lc.com/
Johana Bencomo “We will resist!”
Antoinette Reyes
**In 2015, Eakman beat Rick Hall by 11 Votes! We CAN’T let this happen again!

*Candidates for Las Cruces Public School Board District 4
Janice Williams “A New Direction” http://www.williamsforlascrucesschools.com/
Jesus Joaquin Favela, Jr.
Margaret A. Mendoza
Jeffrey R. Silva
Teresa Maxine Tenorio
William J. Zarges

*Candidates for Las Cruces Public School Board District 5
Carol Cooper “We Are All Part of the Solution”
Edward Frank (current School Board President)
Gloria J. Martinez
Maria G. Pacheco

Candidates for Las Cruces Presiding Municipal Judge
Richard M. Jacquez (former Doña Ana County Magistrate Judge)
Joy Goldbaum (current Municipal Judge II)

IMPORTANT!
Everyone needs to vote for all three Soil & Water Supervisors:
Candidates for Doña Ana Soil and Water Conservation Board
Doña Ana Soil and Water Supervisor 1
Jerry Guy Schickedanz (current Doña Ana Soil and Water Supervisor 1)
Kurt SJ Anderson

Doña Ana Soil and Water Supervisor 2
David Joseph (DJ) Martinez (current Doña Ana Soil and Water Supervisor 2)
Fernando Clemente

Doña Ana Soil and Water Supervisor 5
Joshua L Smith (current Doña Ana Soil and Water Supervisor 5)
Christopher Kost Podruchny Cardenas

*Please note: for the 2019 Municipal Election, Las Cruces will be using Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) for any election with more than two Candidates.
For more info on RCV, please see the website below:
http://las-cruces.org/1942/Ranked-Choice-Voting

**Las Cruces 2015 Election Results (taken from the following website):
https://www.las-cruces.org/DocumentCenter/View/1553/1980-2018-Election-Results-Bookmrkd-CLC?bidId=
Mayor (2015 results from Page 44 of 296 pages on above report)
Councilor District 1 (2015 results from Page 45 of 296 pages on above report)
Councilor District 2 (2015 results from Page 46 of 296 pages on above report)
Councilor District 4 (2015 results from Page 47 of 296 pages on above report)

According to Las Cruces City Councilor, Greg Smith, Voter turnout in Las Cruces is 10-20% (6/8/19 at RCV Training by Common Cause NM, at DAC Govt. Center).

Vote! Encourage others to vote too!

Sample Ballots are Now Available!
Absentee Ballots can be requested online October 8th- October 31st.
Check your voting info, status, districts you can vote for, where you can vote, request an Absentee Ballot, get your Sample Ballot, etc. at the
“New Mexico Secretary of State’s Voter Services” website:
https://voterportal.servis.sos.state.nm.us/WhereToVote.aspx?tab=ElectionDistricts

Directions:
Enter your first and last name, birth date, select a county and click “I am not a robot.” Once you are verified not to be a robot, click on the “Search” button and your voter info will be listed.

To the left of your voter info will also be listed:
My Polling Location
My Sample Ballot (Click on “My Sample Ballot”)
My Absentee Ballot Application and Ballot Tracker
My Voting History
My County Clerk

Doña Ana County Bureau of Elections (Coordinates both City and County Elections)
You can register to vote or update your voter registration at the website below:
https://donaanacounty.org/elections
Also on this webpage, click on “Voting and VCCs” and scroll down past the map of Voting Convenience Centers (VCCs) to read about Absentee Voting (10/08/19-11/02/19), Early Voting (10/08/19-11/02/19), Provisional Voting along with Early and Election Day VCCs and times. “Same day registration and voting” are also available 10/08/19-11/02/19 at the county clerk’s office and some alternate early voting locations.

Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office is in charge of the Las Cruces Municipal Elections
Please contact the Clerk’s Office with any questions:
845 N. Motel Blvd., Las Cruces, NM 88004
Phone: 575-647-7428, Fax: 575-527-9857 TDD: 575-525-5951
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.dacelections.com

Same-Day Voter Registration
Tuesday, October 8 – Saturday, 11/02/19 at the following locations:
Doña Ana County Clerk’s Office, Dona Ana County Government Center, 845 N. Motel Blvd
Las Cruces City Hall, 700 N. Main Street
Doña Ana County Community College, Sunland Park, 3365 McNutt Rd., Sunland Park
Photo ID is required.

Early Voting, Voting Convenience Centers (VCCs), Absentee Voting, Same Day Voting: https://donaanacounty.org/elections/vcc

Early Voting October 8th –November 2nd at:
Doña Ana County Government Center, 845 N. Motel Blvd:
Dates: 10/08 – 10/11/19, Tuesday – Friday, 8am – 5pm
10/15 – 10/18/19, Tuesday – Friday, 8am – 5pm
10/21 – 10/25/19, Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm
10/28 – 11/01/19, Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm
11/02/19, Saturday, 10am – 6pm

Early Voting at (all locations have the same days/times):
Las Cruces City Hall, 700 N. Main Street;
NMSU Corbett Center, 1600 International Mall;
Sonoma Elementary School, 4201 Northrise Drive:
Dates: 10/19 -11/02/19 (Tuesdays – Saturdays only; closed Sundays and Mondays)
Hours: 11am – 7pm

Additional Early Voting Locations:
Anthony Elementary School, Chaparral-Delores Wright Park, Hatch High School, and Sunland Park-Doña Ana County Community College
Check the website for details: https://donaanacounty.org/elections/vcc

ELECTION DAY VOTING
Election Day – 11/05/19, Tuesday, 7am – 7pm
Check the website for all Voting Convenience Centers (VCCs):
https://donaanacounty.org/elections/vcc

PLEASE NOTE:
Branigan Library will no longer be a Voting Convenience Center (VCC) this Election. You will be directed to Las Cruces City Hall to vote.

Any Voters or Candidates who would like an additional explanation of Ranked Choice Voting, please contact [email protected] to receive a copy.

“We are only ONE Election away from: open borders, gun confiscation, mass immigration, full-term abortions and Socialism.”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Larry Behrens

505-699-2302

[email protected]

May 20, 2019

Power The Future Uncovers Potential Conflict of Interest in New Mexico Energy Transition Act

SANTA FE – Emails obtained by Power The Future – New Mexico reveal the Secretary of New Mexico’s Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department (EMNRD) relied upon a former employer to help craft the Energy Transition Act (ETA.)  In fact, several environmental groups with out-of-state ties were given the opportunity to craft this controversial legislation that will lead to job losses and increased electric rates all over New Mexico.

“It is outrageous for the eco-left to be writing bills that will impact the lives of thousands of New Mexico’s families when the interests of energy workers were simply cast aside,” said Larry Behrens, Western States Director for Power The Future. “Even more concerning is the appearance that a high-level administration official worked with her former employer in crafting this bill. The ETA is going to cost jobs and harm our economy, and New Mexican’s deserve to know who is behind it.”

According to the emails obtained by Power The Future, the groups who received an inside look at the ETA or were discussed during the drafting process include:

  • The National Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
  • Western Resource Advocates
  • Environment New Mexico
  • Conservation Voters New Mexico
  • Sierra Club
  • Interwest Energy Alliance

During an email exchange with the NRDC on February 3rd, EMNRD Secretary Sarah Cottrell Propst wrote “please make sure that the energy storage language works for Interwest as drafted.” Secretary Cotrrell Propst is the former Executive Director of the Interwest Energy Alliance and was listed as so on their website as recently as this month.

In response to questions about her allowing a former employer to help draft the ETA, Secretary Cottrell Propst respondedThere were just lots and lots of people to coordinate with,” she said. “I certainly wasn’t trying to somehow advantage my former employer. They just happened to be the entity that has the expertise.”

Power The Future’s Behrens countered, “It strains credibility to believe the only group with the needed expertise in drafting this controversial bill was the Secretary’s former employer.”

The Energy Transition Act has been called the “mini Green New Deal” for New Mexico. Signed into law earlier this year, the ETA requires utilities to generate electricity from unreliable sources in the decades ahead. Similar requirements in California have dramatically increased the cost of electricity to families. Additionally, the ETA will cost at least 1,500 jobs in Northwest New Mexico and hundreds more across the state at natural gas generation plants.

About Power The Future

Power The Future is a 501C4 with the mission of offering truth, facts, and research that will enrich the national conversation on energy. Our work is dedicated to energy workers – the men and women who “power the future” through their hard work, sweat, determination and grit.

Paid for by Power The Future, a national organization that advocates for energy workers.