Posted by Rachel Pulaski on Sunday, March 11, 2012
Labels: New Mexico News
Posted by Jim Spence
“After much thought and prayer and with the support of family, friends and supporters, I have decided to run for the New Mexico House of Representatives,” said Fajardo. “I believe New Mexicans are tired of career politicians who won’t represent the values and views of their constituents.”
Fajardo continued, “I want to take this opportunity to thank Rep. Chavez for his service to New Mexico and Valencia County and also for advocating for our county’s infrastructure needs in Santa Fe.”
Fajardo believes we need leaders with the courage to stand-up to the status quo. Among Fajardo’s priorities will be to promote economic growth and development, increase public safety by repealing the law that allows illegal immigrants to obtain drivers licenses and to reform our education system.
“I look forward to meeting the voters in District 7 and with their consent, to representing them in Santa Fe next year,” said Fajardo.
Fajardo had previously announced her candidacy for Valencia County Clerk.
Fajardo is the owner of KKF Media, a social media and web services consulting company. Mrs. Fajardo founded her business in 2011 and is growing it to meet the communications needs of businesses in Valencia County and throughout New Mexico. Previously, Fajardo was the Director of Information Systems for TMM Business Records Storage in Albuquerque.
Mrs. Fajardo serves on the board of directors for the Greater Belen Chamber of Commerce and is a member of both the Valencia County Chamber of Commerce and the Hispano Chamber of Commerce. Fajardo is also a member of the Business Women of Valencia County. She is a frequent speaker before small business and community organizations on the topic of the future of technology, the Internet, and social media. Mrs. Fajardo is married to Larry Fajardo and is a mother to three children.
Posted by Jim Spence
Labels: Guest Columns
While less dependent on Middle Eastern oil than California, the United States is like California, in that we have vast resources that are locked up due to regulation, blocked access, and delayed permitting. President Obama touts the reduction of imported oil, but his bragging rights may be short-lived, if he continues on the same anti-drilling track California has been on.
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