Doña Ana County

Anthony City Hall – 820 Highway 478 Anthony NM 88021 (website)

Berino Elementary School – 92 Shrode Rd., Berino, NM 88021

Camino Real Middle School – 2961 N. Roadrunner Pkwy., Las Cruces, NM 88011

Chaparral Middle School – 290 Lisa Dr., Chaparral , NM 88081

Desert Hills Elementary School – 280 N. Roadrunner Pkwy., Las Cruces, NM 88011

Desert View Elementary School – 1105 Valle Vista St., Sunland Park, NM 88063

Doña Ana County Government Center – 845 N. Motel Blvd., Las Cruces, NM 88007

Hatch High School – 170 E Herrera Rd, Hatch, NM 87937

Jornada Elementary School – 3400 Elks Dr., Las Cruces, NM 88005

Las Cruces City Hall – 700 N Main St, Las Cruces, NM 88001

Las Cruces High School – 1750 El Paseo Rd., Las Cruces, NM 88001

Lynn Middle School – 950 S. Walnut St., Las Cruces, NM 88001

Mayfield High school – 1955 N. Valley Dr., Las Cruces, NM 88007

Mesilla Elementary School – 2363 Calle Del Sur, Mesilla, NM 88005

Mesquite Elementary School – 205 NM Hwy. 228, Mesquite, NM 88048

New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum – 4100 Dripping Springs Rd., Las Cruces, NM 88011

Santa Teresa Middle School – 4800 McNutt Rd., Santa Teresa, NM 88008

Sonoma Elementary School – 4201 Northrise Dr., Las Cruces, NM 88011

Sunrise Elementary School – 5300 Holman Rd., Las Cruces, NM 88012

University Hills Elementary School – 2005 S. Locust, Las Cruces, NM 88001

Vista Middle School – 4465 Elks Dr., Las Cruces, NM 88005

Luna County

Mimbres Valley Learning Center
2300 East Pine Street, Deming, NM

Holy Family Parish Hall
615 South Copper, Deming, NM

Columbus Community Library
112 W. Broadway, Columbus, NM

Hidalgo County

Hidalgo County Special Events Center
502 W 2nd St, Lordsburg, NM

James H Baxter Civic Center
313 E 4th St, Lordsburg, NM

Hidalgo County Sheriff Department
720 E 2nd St, Lordsburg, NM

Virden Community Center
110 Richmond Avenue, Virden, NM

Rodeo Community Center
16 Hickory Street, Rodeo, NM

Animas Community Center
21 Maverick Road, Animas, NM

Sierra County

Sierra County Government
100 N Date Street, Truth or Consequences, NM

Albert J. Lyon Event Center, 2953 S. Broadway, TorC

Caballo Fire Station, Hwy 187

Elephant Butte Community Center, 103 Rio Grand St.

Hillsboro Community Center, Elenora Street

Ken James Senior Center, Hwy 187, TorC

Monticello Fire Station, Hwy 142

TorC Civic Center, 400 W. Fourth St.




Neomi Martinez-Parra lives in Lordsburg, NM with her husband, daughter and elderly mother. Professionally, she has worked as a Special Education Teacher with students that have high needs, academically and emotionally. She understands first-hand how difficult it can be for her students and their families to thrive in rural New Mexico, where opportunities and resources can be limited.

As the former vice chair of the Democratic Party of New Mexico, Neomi has traveled all across New Mexico and met with voters to discuss their needs. She has worked hard with many Democrats and Republicans in her area to bring awareness to elected officials. She has fought hard for the voices of New Mexicans who do not always have a say in local matters, and she is ready to represent YOU in the New Mexico Senate.


Health Care

Neomi is the full-time caretaker of her elderly mother, who worked her whole life to provide for her and stood against adversity so her children could thrive. As a caregiver, she has experienced how difficult having access to proper healthcare has stood in the way of her Mother’s needs. There have been times where she has had to drive her Mother all the way to Deming or Las Cruces for medications or appointments, and this has been difficult because of her condition.

Neomi understands that a change is needed, our hospitals are understaffed and underfunded, and rural communities deserve equitable access to quality healthcare. Healthcare is a right, and in order for New Mexicans to thrive, proper care to health and services is something she will fight for in the Senate.


Neomi’s professional background is in Education. As a Special Education Teacher for the Lordsburg Public Schools District, she has seen first-hand the struggles that some of her students and their families face every day. From poverty, homelessness, to having someone to talk to, Neomi has always made it a point to offer a safe haven in her classroom. Teachers across New Mexico are in the forefront of educating our future leaders, and as a Teacher herself, Neomi supports our educators and unions and will fight to improve the quality in our classrooms, and for all students in New Mexico to have equal access to quality education and resources to be competitive with the rest of the world.

Housing & Infrastructure

New Mexico Senate District 35 has a lack of infrastructure and an issue with housing. Many who are waiting for Public Housing have to be put on a long waiting list, and then given homes in bad conditions, making it difficult for New Mexican families to thrive in the area. Businesses in certain parts of the District have been forced to close their doors because of difficult conditions. Small and local businesses are the backbone of America, they provide jobs for families and a future for our children. Neomi vows to fight hard for equal and better housing, as well as for our local economy, which has been hurt due to harsh policies by our own Senate.


Living in Southern New Mexico, Neomi knows that this state is a land full of beauty with a rich history that was loved by our ancestors. This is why preserving our public lands is an important issue in the New Mexico Roundhouse. Families should be able to have access to our public lands and education surrounding them. We are a state with many parks and national monuments, which we must fight to preserve for future generations.


As someone who lives in a community that is next to the U.S./Mexico border, Neomi understands that the conversation is near to her home. She believes in commonsense legislation when it comes to immigration and that everyone deserves an opportunity for a better life.

While immigration is a Federal, and not a State issue, as a Senator, Neomi will not have much of a say when it comes to immigration laws. She does however, support fixing our immigration laws and will do everything she can to make sure her community, and those that live in it, are safer and have equal opportunities to succeed regardless of immigration status.


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Primary Election Day: Tuesday, June 2nd 2020

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