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Sandy Hammack is a native New Mexican, born and raised in Luis Lopez, right in the heart of our beautiful state. She has lived in this district for 66 years—it is her home.
A retired rancher and businesswomen, Sandy has owned a ranching operation, as well as 1500 beehives. She has also worked in real estate and other industries. She recently sold her ranch to her son, keeping it in the family.
Hard work and a love of the land are not new to Sandy, who grew up helping her grandfather on the farm. As a young woman, she was active in 4-H, raising and showing steers, lambs, and pigs.
Sandy is blessed to have married her high school sweetheart 48 years ago. She and her husband were beekeepers for many of those years. They raised 3 children, and now have 7 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Sandy calls them “the lights of our lives.”
Two of her grandsons are active-duty military, with one in the Army and one in the Navy which mean lively debates at family gatherings!
From farming, to beekeeping, to helping her son with his cow/calf ranching operation, Sandy and her family have never shied away from hard work. Her roots go deep in New Mexico agriculture. She knows and loves this land as her own.
Sandy has also worked as a bookkeeper and a store manager. She understands the struggles of small businesses, but she also knows how to make tough decisions and get the job done. From coaching Little League, to serving on the Socorro County Fair Board and volunteering as a 4-H leader, she has served in the community in many ways throughout her life.
Sandy fiercely loves New Mexico. She is running in order to uphold the beliefs and ideals which make New Mexico so incredible. Having seen the direction our out-of-touch politicians are taking us in, Sandy is ready to bring common sense and New Mexico values back to our state government and take us out of last place.
Sandy on The Issues
Fostering a Pro-Business Environment to Save New Mexico’s Economy
- Reducing Regulations
- Right to Work
- Revise the Gross Receipts Tax (GRT)
Taking New Mexico’s Education System Out of Last Place
- Money Follows the Child
- Ban Racist CRT Curricula in Public Schools
- Bolster Trade Schools, to Build the Next Generation Work Force
- NO to Free College for Illegal Immigrants
Law and Order
- Secure the Border
- End Catch-and-Release
- Replace our Culture of Lawlessness with a Culture of Respect for the Rule of Law