TRAINING SERIES CANCELLED
The 4th Monday October 26th Training series is cancelled due to the heavy GOTV involvement by trainers and volunteers.
You are invited to a Zoom webinar

November 18 West Side Dems Meeting
6 p.m.
2021 LEGISLATIVE PREVIEW

Join us for a very special event to celebrate the newly elected officials of the New Mexico Legislature and find out their priorities for the 2021 legislative session which starts on January 19. This will be a crucial session for addressing the state’s budget crisis and how to balance the state’s needs. Legislative topics expected to be considered include the legalization of recreational cannabis, the permanent land grant fund and early childhood education, keeping abortion legal, and the future of public banking in New Mexico. 

Panelists TBD

Register in advance for this webinar:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Candidate Profile: Daymon Ely
Representative Daymon Ely has served House District 23 since 2016. HD 23 covers Corrales and a slice of the Westside, south to Montano. Rep. Ely is an attorney with 33 years of experience. Every Friday afternoon he closes the office and heads to the South Valley to provide free advice and referrals. This election, Rep. Ely is facing Republican Ellis McMath. Daymon appreciates the continued support of the Westside Democrats and he has answered some questions from us. To learn more about his views on important issues visit daymonfornmhd23.com.
Westside Emergency Housing Shelter and Coronavirus: 

“They Are Our Neighbors, Treat Them with Compassion” 

An Interview with City Councilor Lan Sena
Lan Sena, who represents District 1 on the Albuquerque City Council, is a native of Albuquerque and was appointed in March 2020 to represent the Westside district after the death of long-time city councilor Ken Sanchez. 

Right now, the outbreak of COVID-19 at the Westside shelter is at the forefront of her mind. Councilor Sena is very grateful to all those working so hard to keep Westside shelter residents safe and cared for. She commented that people who are homeless are our neighbors who have fallen on hard times and need our help; kindness and compassion are in order.
Dues are $10.00 per calendar year.
You may donate any amount.