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Now displaying: April, 2015
Apr 24, 2015

 

Brian Egolf grew up in Santa Fe and ran for the State House, because he wants his kids to be able to raise their families here. He has been active in making our community a better place to live, following a long family tradition of service. In fact, his great-grandfather was a Santa Fe County delegate to the 1912 New Mexico Progressive Party convention. Today, Brian lives with his wife Kelly and daughters Cameron and Sidney in the house where he grew up.

Brian received a bachelors degree in diplomacy and public service from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. This education has helped Brian further develop his natural skills as an effective leader, negotiator, and consensus builder. While in Washington, Brian worked in the White House for President Bill Clinton and on President Clinton's 1996 reelection campaign. After serving in the White House, Brian worked at the United States Treasury Department and then moved to the office of Congressman Tom Udall. Representative Egolf currently serves as the NM House Democratic Leader.

Apr 17, 2015

Javier Gonzales, Mayor of Santa Fe, Talks About His First Year In Office and What's Next in 2015

Javier Gonzales took office as the Mayor of Santa Fe in March, 2014. Gonzales is the city's first openly gay mayor and is the son of another former mayor of Santa Fe, George Gonzales. 

Javier is known for his progressive vision and inclusive style. A lifelong resident of the City Different, his family has deep roots in our city. Prior to his election to the mayoralty, he worked as vice-president of a commercial real estate firm, and served on the county commission of Santa Fe County and as chair of the state Democractic Party.

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