About Daniel Ivey-Soto
Senator Daniel Ivey-Soto is a lifelong public servant. An attorney supporting clients in public education and a technical assistance provider for many of New Mexico's County Clerks, Daniel is a former State Elections Director, prosecutor, and teacher. He is also a successful entrepreneur, having started and grown three small businesses focused on helping others and improving our community. Daniel brings a broad base of unique experience in both public and private sector work to the policy discussions in the Roundhouse. Since being elected to serve the people in District 15, Daniel has sponsored over seventy-five bills that have passed the Legislature and become law. His legislative work to date has been based on a philosophy of good governance and accountability.
Standing Up For Our Values
Senator Ivey-Soto passed legislation that revived the Winrock Town Center project and created hundreds of jobs in Albuquerque.
Daniel sponsored bills to protect victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse.
He guaranteed that all high school students have equal access to obtaining college credit, and he understands the importance of fully funding our public schools.
And, he 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.