Common Sense, Compassionate, Conservative Causes
New Mexico House of Representatives District 23
Create Westside Jobs
Improve & Expand Infrastructure
Keep Our Families Safe
Reduce the Criminal Element in Albuquerque
Protect Life & Liberty
Reform Public Education
Ellis McMath, born in Albuquerque, is familiar with issues that affect New Mexico both urban and rural. Raised in the South Valley of Albuquerque by a dedicated mother and a father who worked for the Santa Fe Railroad, he raised his own family of 3 children while caring for his “homesteading” grandparents in the Manzano Mountains near Chilili. He has kept a close eye on New Mexico politics since the prison riot of 1980.
As a retired Albuquerque Reserve Police Officer, he is familiar with what makes criminals fear. McMath is currently certified by the New Mexico Department of Public Safety as a Concealed Carry Instructor. His standing on 2nd amendment rights align with the majority of Sheriffs across the state. “I oppose efforts to restrict gun rights from law abiding citizens. I support effective laws that make our cities and rural areas safer,” he says.
Ellis McMath is a Navy Veteran, former New Mexico State University Commercial Pilot and retired FAA Air Traffic Controller. He states, “I am dedicated to common sense, compassionate, conservative causes. I support right to life, 2nd amendment rights, small government, fewer taxes and more personal freedom for law abiding citizens. I am against government overreach and progressive socialist ideals.”
Ellis McMath has 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 and Brenda Boatman’s House District race. He has also testified in legislative committees during recent sessions.
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