NEA-NM 2019 Legislative Lobby Day

NEA-New Mexico is excited about the upcoming 60-day legislative session. Your attendance and participation will make a dramatic difference for our students and our education professions here in New Mexico! Join us for your annual legislative training, lobbying and reception day.

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CONFERENCE DETAILS:
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 – Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe, 828 Paseo de Peralta

8 – 9 AM – Conference Registration & Continental Breakfast (provided for guests of hotel)
9 AM – 2 PM – Training Session (lunch provided for all attendees)
2 PM – Lobby at the Roundhouse

Locals are encouraged to send teams of three or more to make a difference for our students.

Pre-registration is Strongly Requested – Legislator Appointments at the Roundhouse Will Be Made for Your Team

REGISTRATION FEE:
$25 registration fee – Please bring the registration fee with you (cash, check, Visa or MasterCard accepted) and pay at check-in. Registration fees will not be billed to the local; payment must be received at the door.

ANNUAL LEGISLATIVE RECEPTION:
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 – NEA-NM Headquarters, 2007 Botulph Rd, Santa Fe
5 – 7 PM – Join us at the NEA-NM Headquarters office for our Annual Legislative Reception
This is a time to meet and greet your legislators and other public officials during a casual setting.

LODGING:
Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe, 828 Paseo de Peralta
The NEA-NM group rate is $100 Single and Double, includes breakfast. Make your hotel reservations now for the NEA-NM rate! To reserve your room, use this online link or you may call 800-325-0720 and refer to Group number 2312761.  NEA-NM has negotiated this special rate but does not pay for lodging. Lodging reservation cut-off is January 4th and is just around the corner. Sleeping rooms are limited, so make your hotel reservations now.

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After the Training, Keep Up with the Latest Breaking News About Our Advocacy and Related Issues…

Webpage Updates and Calls to Action: New Mexico has a surplus in revenue this year. The battle for funding in this session will be intense. Our state must prioritize education funding to guarantee every student has an equal opportunity to succeed.  New Mexico must provide adequate recurring revenues. Please consult the NEA-New Mexico website (nea-nm.org) and follow the Facebook page (NEANM1886) and twitter feed (@NEANewMexico) on a regular basis as the legislature draws near.  Once you “like” us, the NEA-NM postings will arrive in your own Facebook news feed. During the session, we will have frequent updates on important issues.  More important than simply getting information about the session are the regular contacts that we ask you to have with legislators.  Most updates will have a specific request for you to do to advance our legislative program.