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Jeff Hoehn

Nichole Rogers is being challenged by Jeff Hoehn. Hoehn is supported by the same special interest groups that worked to elect the two GOP candidates to Albuquerque City Council, Brook Bassan and Daniel Champine. A detailed review of election finance reports submitted by Jeff Hoehn's campaign show a majority of his privately financed campaign donations come from realtors, attorneys, and retired individuals in Albuquerque. 

Additionally, we reviewed the campaign finance reports of committees that supported Hoehn’s campaign prior to the November 2023 election. A majority of the funds came from the Real Estate Community PAC, National Association of Realtors Fund, New Mexico NAIOP PAC, and the NM Restaurant Association. These funds were funneled through an organization named Help ABQ & National Association of Realtors. This organization spent over $90,000 in Albuquerque City Council in support of the previously mentioned GOP candidates and Hoehn. Furthermore, the above mentioned groups regularly oppose needed policies such as affordable housing, raising the minimum wage, and paid sick leave. This raises the question, why are groups and individuals who supported GOP candidates also supporting Jeff Hoehn, who claims to be a progressive Democrat? 

We have serious reservations that Jeff Hoehn will fight for policies that will better our communities when his major donors and supporters notoriously work against those policies. 

Jeff Hoehn

Nichole Rogers is being challenged by Jeff Hoehn. Hoehn is supported by the same special interest groups that worked to elect the two GOP candidates to Albuquerque City Council, Brook Bassan and Daniel Champine. A detailed review of election finance reports submitted by Jeff Hoehn's campaign show a majority of his privately financed campaign donations come from realtors, attorneys, and retired individuals in Albuquerque. 

Additionally, we reviewed the campaign finance reports of committees that supported Hoehn’s campaign prior to the November 2023 election. A majority of the funds came from the Real Estate Community PAC, National Association of Realtors Fund, New Mexico NAIOP PAC, and the NM Restaurant Association. These funds were funneled through an organization named Help ABQ & National Association of Realtors. This organization spent over $90,000 in Albuquerque City Council in support of the previously mentioned GOP candidates and Hoehn. Furthermore, the above mentioned groups regularly oppose needed policies such as affordable housing, raising the minimum wage, and paid sick leave. This raises the question, why are groups and individuals who supported GOP candidates also supporting Jeff Hoehn, who claims to be a progressive Democrat? 

We have serious reservations that Jeff Hoehn will fight for policies that will better our communities when his major donors and supporters notoriously work against those policies. 

Depending on where you live, you may have the following district races on your ballot.

  • Nichole Rogers is running for Albuquerque City Council, District 6 in the December 2023 runoff election. Rogers secured 40% of the vote in the general election on November 7th, despite it being a four way race, proving the community supports and trusts her leadership. Her long-time work as a community organizer in Albuquerque drives her interest in developing people-oriented solutions. Nichole Rogers is publicly financed which means in order to even get on the ballot, Rogers had to collect 500 signatures of eligible voters in the district, demonstrating community support before starting her campaign. 

    Rogers' priorities are to address poverty by supporting a Guaranteed Income pilot program and address housing shortages through down payment assistance and financial education programs. Rogers plans to address public safety through increased funding to the Albuquerque Fire and Rescue and Albuquerque Community Safety programs as well as implementing recommendations from the Gun Violence Task Force. She further states she will prioritize addressing healthcare through increased funding for mental health, addiction, workforce, and housing services, as well as supporting community solar programs for her district. 

    Nichole Rogers is an independent contractor with Primerica Financial Services, a financial services company serving the middle-income market. Rogers spent two years as the African-American Community & Business Liaison in the Office of Black Community Engagement, which is part of the City of Albuquerque Equity & Inclusion department. She is the current Board Secretary of New Mexico First, Former Chair of the City of Albuquerque’s Gun Violence Task Force, former Co-Chair of African American Complete Count Committee for the 2020 Census, and Organizer for the 2020 - 2023 NM Juneteenth Celebration at Roosevelt Park and Civic Plaza.

    We highly recommend Nichole Rogers as the progressive Democrat running for District 6 and her commitment to improving the lives of the residents of Albuquerque. 

    Nichole Rogers

    Nichole Rogers is running for Albuquerque City Council, District 6 in the December 2023 runoff election. Rogers secured 40% of the vote in the general election on November 7th, despite it being a four way race, proving the community supports and trusts her leadership. Her long-time work as a community organizer in Albuquerque drives her interest in developing people-oriented solutions. Nichole Rogers is publicly financed which means in order to even get on the ballot, Rogers had to collect 500 signatures of eligible voters in the district, demonstrating community support before starting her campaign. 

    Rogers' priorities are to address poverty by supporting a Guaranteed Income pilot program and address housing shortages through down payment assistance and financial education programs. Rogers plans to address public safety through increased funding to the Albuquerque Fire and Rescue and Albuquerque Community Safety programs as well as implementing recommendations from the Gun Violence Task Force. She further states she will prioritize addressing healthcare through increased funding for mental health, addiction, workforce, and housing services, as well as supporting community solar programs for her district. 

    Nichole Rogers is an independent contractor with Primerica Financial Services, a financial services company serving the middle-income market. Rogers spent two years as the African-American Community & Business Liaison in the Office of Black Community Engagement, which is part of the City of Albuquerque Equity & Inclusion department. She is the current Board Secretary of New Mexico First, Former Chair of the City of Albuquerque’s Gun Violence Task Force, former Co-Chair of African American Complete Count Committee for the 2020 Census, and Organizer for the 2020 - 2023 NM Juneteenth Celebration at Roosevelt Park and Civic Plaza.

    We highly recommend Nichole Rogers as the progressive Democrat running for District 6 and her commitment to improving the lives of the residents of Albuquerque. 

    Nichole Rogers is running for Albuquerque City Council, District 6 in the December 2023 runoff election. Rogers secured 40% of the vote in the general election on November 7th, despite it being a four way race, proving the community supports and trusts her leadership. Her long-time work as a community organizer in Albuquerque drives her interest in developing people-oriented solutions. Nichole Rogers is publicly financed which means in order to even get on the ballot, Rogers had to collect 500 signatures of eligible voters in the district, demonstrating community support before starting her campaign. 

    Rogers' priorities are to address poverty by supporting a Guaranteed Income pilot program and address housing shortages through down payment assistance and financial education programs. Rogers plans to address public safety through increased funding to the Albuquerque Fire and Rescue and Albuquerque Community Safety programs as well as implementing recommendations from the Gun Violence Task Force. She further states she will prioritize addressing healthcare through increased funding for mental health, addiction, workforce, and housing services, as well as supporting community solar programs for her district. 

    Nichole Rogers is an independent contractor with Primerica Financial Services, a financial services company serving the middle-income market. Rogers spent two years as the African-American Community & Business Liaison in the Office of Black Community Engagement, which is part of the City of Albuquerque Equity & Inclusion department. She is the current Board Secretary of New Mexico First, Former Chair of the City of Albuquerque’s Gun Violence Task Force, former Co-Chair of African American Complete Count Committee for the 2020 Census, and Organizer for the 2020 - 2023 NM Juneteenth Celebration at Roosevelt Park and Civic Plaza.

    We highly recommend Nichole Rogers as the progressive Democrat running for District 6 and her commitment to improving the lives of the residents of Albuquerque. 

    Nichole Rogers

    Nichole Rogers is running for Albuquerque City Council, District 6 in the December 2023 runoff election. Rogers secured 40% of the vote in the general election on November 7th, despite it being a four way race, proving the community supports and trusts her leadership. Her long-time work as a community organizer in Albuquerque drives her interest in developing people-oriented solutions. Nichole Rogers is publicly financed which means in order to even get on the ballot, Rogers had to collect 500 signatures of eligible voters in the district, demonstrating community support before starting her campaign. 

    Rogers' priorities are to address poverty by supporting a Guaranteed Income pilot program and address housing shortages through down payment assistance and financial education programs. Rogers plans to address public safety through increased funding to the Albuquerque Fire and Rescue and Albuquerque Community Safety programs as well as implementing recommendations from the Gun Violence Task Force. She further states she will prioritize addressing healthcare through increased funding for mental health, addiction, workforce, and housing services, as well as supporting community solar programs for her district. 

    Nichole Rogers is an independent contractor with Primerica Financial Services, a financial services company serving the middle-income market. Rogers spent two years as the African-American Community & Business Liaison in the Office of Black Community Engagement, which is part of the City of Albuquerque Equity & Inclusion department. She is the current Board Secretary of New Mexico First, Former Chair of the City of Albuquerque’s Gun Violence Task Force, former Co-Chair of African American Complete Count Committee for the 2020 Census, and Organizer for the 2020 - 2023 NM Juneteenth Celebration at Roosevelt Park and Civic Plaza.

    We highly recommend Nichole Rogers as the progressive Democrat running for District 6 and her commitment to improving the lives of the residents of Albuquerque. 

  • Endorsed By: Dreams in Action, Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate, NM Native Vote, OLÉ, Planned Parenthood Votes New Mexico, Sierra Club, Working Families Party New Mexico, Harold Pope Jr., Senate Majority Caucus Chair, State Senator, District 23, Melanie Stansbury, Congresswoman, District 1

Other Candidates

Jeff Hoehn

Nichole Rogers is being challenged by Jeff Hoehn. Hoehn is supported by the same special interest groups that worked to elect the two GOP candidates to Albuquerque City Council, Brook Bassan and Daniel Champine. A detailed review of election finance reports submitted by Jeff Hoehn's campaign show a majority of his privately financed campaign donations come from realtors, attorneys, and retired individuals in Albuquerque. 

Additionally, we reviewed the campaign finance reports of committees that supported Hoehn’s campaign prior to the November 2023 election. A majority of the funds came from the Real Estate Community PAC, National Association of Realtors Fund, New Mexico NAIOP PAC, and the NM Restaurant Association. These funds were funneled through an organization named Help ABQ & National Association of Realtors. This organization spent over $90,000 in Albuquerque City Council in support of the previously mentioned GOP candidates and Hoehn. Furthermore, the above mentioned groups regularly oppose needed policies such as affordable housing, raising the minimum wage, and paid sick leave. This raises the question, why are groups and individuals who supported GOP candidates also supporting Jeff Hoehn, who claims to be a progressive Democrat? 

We have serious reservations that Jeff Hoehn will fight for policies that will better our communities when his major donors and supporters notoriously work against those policies. 

Jeff Hoehn

Nichole Rogers is being challenged by Jeff Hoehn. Hoehn is supported by the same special interest groups that worked to elect the two GOP candidates to Albuquerque City Council, Brook Bassan and Daniel Champine. A detailed review of election finance reports submitted by Jeff Hoehn's campaign show a majority of his privately financed campaign donations come from realtors, attorneys, and retired individuals in Albuquerque. 

Additionally, we reviewed the campaign finance reports of committees that supported Hoehn’s campaign prior to the November 2023 election. A majority of the funds came from the Real Estate Community PAC, National Association of Realtors Fund, New Mexico NAIOP PAC, and the NM Restaurant Association. These funds were funneled through an organization named Help ABQ & National Association of Realtors. This organization spent over $90,000 in Albuquerque City Council in support of the previously mentioned GOP candidates and Hoehn. Furthermore, the above mentioned groups regularly oppose needed policies such as affordable housing, raising the minimum wage, and paid sick leave. This raises the question, why are groups and individuals who supported GOP candidates also supporting Jeff Hoehn, who claims to be a progressive Democrat? 

We have serious reservations that Jeff Hoehn will fight for policies that will better our communities when his major donors and supporters notoriously work against those policies.