Xochitl Torres Small

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Xochitl Torres Small - NM02 Rep (D)

Incumbent
Financial Strength

Raised ($): $3,252,227

Cash on Hand ($): $3,145,011

% of the total DEM $ Raised: N/A

Cash on Hand v. Opponent (%):

Endorsements
League of Conservation Voters

Xochitl Torres Small is the U.S. Representative for New Mexico's 2nd congressional district. She is a member of the Democratic party. Xochitl earned her International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma from Waterford Kamhlaba United World College in Mbabane, Eswatini, she earned a B.A from Georgetown University and a J.D. from the University of New Mexico, specializing in natural resources and conservation. After attending college, Xochitl worked on Tom Udall’s run for the Senate. As his Field Representative she tackled issues ranging from water conservation and infrastructure to education and health care. She clerked for a New Mexico federal judge, seeing firsthand the personal costs and financial burden that marks a broken immigration system. As an attorney at Kemp Smith LLP, Xochitl worked with local governments, farmers, developers, and conservationists to best use this shared resource. In 2018 the incumbent representative declined to run for reelection in order to run for Governor. Torres Small ran for as a moderate Democrat and won the election. In Congress she is fighting for living wages for New Mexicans and is working with stakeholders to attract businesses that offer good-paying jobs. She is taking on the pharmaceutical companies to lower the cost of prescription drugs, working to fix the VA, and protecting and strengthening Medicare. She voted to ban companies from requiring arbitration to resolve disputes. She supports the impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump. Xochitl’s husband, Nathan Small, was elected as a Democratic member of the New Mexico House of Representatives.

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