Hearing from you helps me better represent New Mexico in the U.S. Senate. Send me a message with your comments or concerns about issues and legislation.
You can request a meeting with me or my staff or submit an invitation to an event.
One of my responsibilities as your U.S. Senator is to provide assistance to New Mexicans who are having problems with federal agencies. If you have a pending case with a federal agency and are running into problems, my staff can help.
I am proud to have helped to pass a new Post-9/11 GI Bill. If you're a veteran, find out what benefits you might be eligible for from the new GI Bill and other federal programs.
The President of the United States, the Vice President, Members of Congress, and other agencies and organizations have the authority to nominate individuals to a military service academy.
Washington, DC is home to some of our nation's most important landmarks, museums and other sites. My office is happy to assist New Mexicans who are planning a trip.
If you are in the process of applying for federal grants, my office can help you in a number of different ways. While I cannot influence the distribution of grant money, my office can help you to find the right grant for you or your organization. You can also submit a request for a letter of support.
I'm working to help local governments, non-profits, and small and medium-sized businesses obtain federal recovery dollars. See a map of Recovery projects that have been announced throughout New Mexico.
Senate internships provide a unique and unparalleled perspective of the inner workings of the “world’s greatest deliberative body.” There are opportunities for internship placements for undergraduate students at my offices in Santa Fe, Albuquerque, Las Cruces and Washington, DC.