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US Congressman, New Mexico

US GOVERNMENT OFFICE

Members of the US House of Representatives from New Mexico.
See also Senators from New Mexico.

Location:
New Mexico

REPRESENTING THE GREAT STATE OF NEW MEXICO

DistrictRepresentativeSinceParty
1st
Martin Heinrich3-Jan-2009Democratic
2nd
Steve Pearce2011Republican
3rd
Ben R. LujŠn3-Jan-2009Democratic

PAST AND PRESENT REPRESENTATIVES FROM NEW MEXICO

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Clinton P. Anderson
Politician
23-Oct-1895 11-Nov-1975 US Senator from New Mexico, 1949-73
Dennis Chavez
Politician
8-Apr-1888 18-Nov-1962 US Senator from New Mexico, 1935-62
Martin Heinrich
Politician
17-Oct-1971   Congressman, New Mexico 1st
Ben R. Luján
Politician
7-Jun-1972   Congressman, New Mexico 3rd
Manny Lujan
Politician
12-May-1928   US Secretary of the Interior 1989-93
Joseph Montoya
Politician
24-Sep-1915 8-Jun-1978 US Senator from New Mexico, 1964-77
Steve Pearce
Politician
24-Aug-1947   Congressman, New Mexico 2nd
Bill Richardson
Politician
15-Nov-1947   Governor of New Mexico, 2003-11
Steve Schiff
Politician
18-Mar-1947 25-Mar-1998 Congressman from New Mexico, 1989-98
Joseph Skeen
Politician
30-Jun-1927 7-Dec-2003 Congressman from New Mexico, 1981-2003
Harry Teague
Politician
29-Jun-1949   Congressman from New Mexico, 2009-11
Tom Udall
Politician
18-May-1948   US Senator from New Mexico
Heather Wilson
Politician
30-Dec-1960   Congresswoman from New Mexico, 1998-2009


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