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State Representative Meredith Dixon Endorses Raúl Torrez

“Raúl has worked tirelessly to safeguard our families”

ALBUQUERQUE — Today, Bernalillo County District Attorney Raúl Torrez announced that State Representative Meredith Dixon (District 20 - Bernalillo) has endorsed his campaign for New Mexico Attorney General.

“I've worked closely with Raúl to protect victims of crime, especially children, and strengthen public safety in our community,” said Dixon. “As District Attorney, he has worked tirelessly to safeguard our families by implementing new technologies and data systems to be proactive against repeat offenders and criminal networks. That's the kind of strong leadership we need as Attorney General.”

“I’m grateful to have earned Representative Dixon’s support in our effort to build a safe and prosperous state for every New Mexico family,” said Torrez. “She has been a steadfast ally in the fight to modernize the way in which we combat crime, and I look forward to working with her as Attorney General so that we can utilize these tools all across the state.”

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Born and raised here in New Mexico, Raúl went on to serve as a federal prosecutor and senior advisor in President Barack Obama’s Department of Justice, where he fought to reduce border violence, crack down on drug cartels, and reduce violent crime and domestic abuse in Indian Country.

As Attorney General, he’ll use every available tool to fight crime, protect consumers, safeguard the environment and stand up for democracy. Raúl has taken on the toughest jobs during the crime crisis and shown that he won’t back down when it comes to protecting our community.

Raúl is also recognized as a national leader for reform, being one of the first prosecutors in America to make information about police misconduct available to the public, and piloting a program to provide full transparency about the demographic outcomes in our criminal justice system.

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