Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto is a life-long public servant. Currently serving as Executive Director for County Clerks, Daniel is a Former State Elections Director, prosecutor, and teacher. Also a successful entrepreneur, having started and grown two small businesses focused on helping others and improving our community, Daniel will take a uniquely broad base of experience in public/private sector to the Roundhouse. Over the past few years, Daniel has written over a dozen bills that have passed the Legislature and all legislative work to date has been based on a philosophy of good government and accountability.
Standing Up For Our Values
- Passed legislation that revived the Winrock Town Center project and created hundreds of jobs in Albuquerque.
- Sponsored bills to protect victims’ of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse.
- Guaranteed all high school students equal access to obtaining college credit and understands the importance of fully funding our public schools.
- Continues to lead the charge to create a more transparent government by successfully requiring 72-hour public meeting notifications, supporting mandatory public comments in open meetings, and promoting fair and clean elections.