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Compassionate and Common Sense Leadership for New Mexico! 

New Mexico House of Representatives District 17
 

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Educational freedom by allowing parents school choice for their children, private or public. 10 reasons. Example

Freedom from government overreach. People should not have to beg politicians for their freedom.  Example

Respect and refund the police, not defund them. 3 reasons.  Example

Stop wasting taxpayer money and lower taxes. Example 

About Ellis

Ellis McMath has a passion to see that our children receive a good education by giving parents a greater say in school choice.

 

Ellis has the experience to represent you in Santa Fe. Born in Albuquerque, he is familiar with issues that affect New Mexico both urban and rural.  As a retired Albuquerque Reserve Police Officer he is familiar with what makes criminals fear.  Ellis McMath is currently certified by the New Mexico Department of Public Safety as a Concealed Carry Instructor. 

Ellis McMath is a decorated Navy Veteran and is the namesake of his uncle who gave his life in WWII in an aircraft accident.  Ellis is a former New Mexico State University Commercial Pilot and retired FAA Air Traffic Controller.  He states, “I am dedicated to common sense, compassionate, conservative causes".  He supports your right to protect yourself with a firearm and more personal freedom by less taxes. He further states, "I am against government overreach and unreasonable mandates".

 

Ellis McMath has for 17 years been actively involved in the leadership of non-profit work with orphans and is a team leader at Sagebrush Church.  He has actively participated in Dan Lewis’s campaign for Mayor & City Council. He has also testified in legislative committees during recent sessions.

Ellis has the experience and integrity required of a State Legislator. 

Please help my campaign by donating. Thanks Ellis             EllisMcMath@aol.com

 
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Ellis McMath

10343 Dunbar St

Albuquerque, NM 87114

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Paid for by the Committee to Elect Ellis McMath. Brenda Boatman, Treasurer