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The Openness Project was created by New Mexico In Depth to give New Mexicans better access to and documentation for political contributions in the state of New Mexico. The data comes from the New Mexico Secretary of State. Follow NMID's campaign finance focused reporting here. Read more about the Openness Project here

New Mexico Lobbyists
Browse lobbyists and their employers in New Mexico

$18.0M raised for candidates and committees since 2013

$5.5M spent on lobbying since 2013


The Openness Project was created by New Mexico In Depth to give New Mexicans better access to and documentation for political contributions in the state of New Mexico. The data comes from the New Mexico Secretary of State. Follow NMID's campaign finance focused reporting here. Read more about the Openness Project here

Browse 1,976 lobbyists

Rank Lobbyist Employers Total contributions Total expenditures
1 Alexis Street Chevron USA Inc., Its Parent Corp. Chevron Corp. 2016 - 2018 $2.0M $9.5K
2 Mr. Stephen H. Perry Chevron USA Inc., Its Parent Corp. Chevron Corp. 2013 - 2019 $1.2M $3.3K
3 James David Bullington $390.7K $50.1K
4 Daniel A. Najjar $357.2K $53.9K
5 Emily Walton Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund 2018 - 2019 $0 $0

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Top candidates

These are the candidates or elected officials with the largest campaign accounts as of the most recent filing date.

Rank Candidate Cash on hand
1 Hector Balderas $574.4K
2 Nate Gentry $220.6K
3 Raul Torrez $153.7K
4 Clemente Sanchez $123.2K
5 Erin B O'Connell $113.7K
6 Richard C Martinez $112.7K
7 Peter Wirth $111.8K
8 Patricia "Patty" A. Lundstrom $93.3K
9 Mr. Aubrey Dunn $82.2K
10 John Sanchez $78.0K

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Top Committees

These are the political action committees with the largest campaign account balances as of the most recent filing period. 

Rank PAC Cash on hand
1 REALTORS ASSOC OF NM PAC $356.5K
2 Enchantment PAC $268.2K
3 Better Future For New Mexico, an Independent Expenditure PAC $218.4K
4 Committee on Individual Responsibility $205.2K
5 NEW MEXICO STRONG $158.9K
6 Safety and Justice for All $143.2K
7 New Mexico Horsemen's Association "PAC" $107.4K
8 ActBlue New Mexico $97.5K
9 Real Estate Community PAC $97.1K
10 New Mexico Health Care Association PAC $97.0K

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