Per Democrat Secretary of State Maggie Toulouse Oliver (D):
Starting January 1, 2022: “It is unlawful during the prohibited period for a state legislator, the attorney general, the secretary of state, the state treasurer, the commissioner of public lands or the state auditor or a candidate for these positions, or any agent on behalf of an elected official or candidate for these positions, to knowingly solicit a contribution governed by the Campaign Reporting Act.” – 2022 Candidate Reporting Guide
Support Us In Other Ways:
Although the campaign is prohibited from “knowingly soliciting” donations from you until the end of the 2022 Legislative Session (mid-February), there are many ways to help! Check them out below:
Sign John's Nominating Petition
John needs to collect signatures to get on the ballot. If you live in the 51st District, please sign and send back a nominating petition.
Show your support for the campaign by endorsing John! You can send your endorsement via email, social media, or you can send why you support John in the mail.
Here’s where to send them:
Email endorsement: Info@JohnForNM.com.
Mail: John For New Mexico, 1111 Tenth Street, #402, Alamogordo, NM 88310.
Sign up to Volunteer or Request a Yard Sign
Some of the most effective ways to help supercharge our campaign include signing up to volunteer and helping get the campaign visibility by putting up a sign in your front yard or business! Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer or request a yard sign.