Senator Martin Heinrich, who the Council for a Livable World endorsed in 2012, is running for re-election in 2018.

Heinrich is a mechanical engineer by training. After completing a Bachelor’s degree in Science and Engineering at the University of Missouri, he and his wife Julie moved to Albuquerque and he began his career working at Kirtland Air Force Base.

Prior to being elected to the House of Representatives, Heinrich served as Albuquerque City Council President and as Natural Resources Trustee for the State of New Mexico. In 2008, he ran for an open House seat, and won handily 56%-44%. In the House, he scored a 100% on the Council voting record.

In the Senate, Heinrich has maintained a progressive record, scoring a 100% on key votes in 2015-16. He is a strong supporter of the New START agreement, the Iran nuclear deal, ratification of the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty, and a robust non-proliferation programs budget. 

Please help Senator Heinrich by contributing to:

Heinrich for Senate

And mail to:

Council for a Livable World

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