(Santa Fe, NM) – New Mexico Lieutenant Governor Howie Morales today announced he will hold office hours with New Mexico residents in-person at his Santa Fe office, and virtually for those who prefer it, during the 2023 meeting of the State Legislature over the next 60 days.  Morales says office hours enables constituents around the state to be heard and listened to.  The State Legislature began its work last week.

“I will be hosting my Office Hours in-person in Santa Fe at the State Capitol and virtually for interested residents during the Legislative Session beginning immediately. In my role as Ombudsman, connecting directly with New Mexicans is critical to me.  I am announcing today that if residents want to meet with me to comment on proposed legislation, or if they need help with a problem, they can schedule an appointment to connect with me safely and easily,” Lt. Governor Morales said.