Protecting New Mexico's
I will always stand up for New Mexico's hard-working families. I will fight to make health care more affordable, protect those with preexisting conditions, and work tirelessly to get New Mexico's economy back on track.
State Representative, District 15
Day Hochman-Vigil: Always fighting for us
Representative Day Hochman-Vigil was proudly elected to the NM House of Representatives in 2018, and re-elected in 2020, to represent District 15, which encompasses Albuquerque's beautiful North Valley and thriving NE Heights. She has dedicated her time in the NM Legislature to standing up for New Mexico's families.
Day knows our hard-working families need someone fighting for them. She has dedicated her time in the Legislature to making health care more affordable and ensuring those with preexisting conditions are covered. Day also voted to raise the minimum wage, provide pathways to good jobs and better job opportunities, and make our tax system fairer.
It's tough times for all New Mexicans. We need trusted leadership we can depend on to get us out of these hard times.
Day always has - and always will - fight for our hard-working families.
We need to keep Day fighting for us.
Strong, steady leadership is more critical now than ever. During these difficult times, we can count on Day to keep our families safe, stand up to insurance companies to protect those with preexisting conditions, and make prescription drug prices more affordable.
Education & Our Kids
Day knows that we must invest more in our kids and schools. She voted for a $500 million "education moonshot" to raise teacher pay, reduce class sizes, and focus more resources on early education.
We can count on Day to fight to keep our kids safe and to help our kids make up for lost time from this pandemic.
Economy & Jobs
Day voted to increase the minimum wage, invest in job training for New Mexicans looking for work, and actually CUT taxes for our working families.
Day will continue to provide the leadership we depend on to get our economy back on track, ensure pandemic relief funds get into the hands of those who need and deserve them, and to diversify our economy to be less reliant oil and gas.