NEW MEXICO (KRQE) — A New Mexico State senator has taken a job at a Colorado university.
The Democratic senator has represented New Mexico’s District 22, including Jemez Springs and Cuba, for the past decade.
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Before that, he was a tribal administrator and lieutenant governor for the Jemez Pueblo and has worked in New Mexico’s Indian Affairs Department.
A spokesperson for the senator said he has not made a decision yet about his future with the legislature, but he does plan to stay at least through the 30-day legislative session that starts in January.