2015-2016

CVNM Conservation Scorecard – Conservation Voters New Mexico

Senator Michael Sanchez (D)

State Senator Michael S. Sanchez (D)

Lifetime Score:
95%
Position
Senate Majority Leader
District #:
29    view district map
Counties:
Bernalillo, Valencia
Legislative Link:
View on nmlegis.gov »

Contact Information

Home Phone:
505-865-5583
Office Phone:
505-865-0688
Address:
3 Bunton Rd.
Belen, New Mexico 87002
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Voting Record

Priority # Name Sponsor(s) Issue(s) CVNM Postion Vote Year Legislative Link Outcome CVNM Sort CVNM Sort #
SB 479 Adequate Subdivision Water Supplies Support + 2013 SB 479 on nmlegis.gov SB 479 passed the Senate (35-4), passed the House (55-13), and was signed by the Governor on April 4, 2013. 50 479
PR SB 163 Amendment to Change Board & Commission Sunset Dates , Oppose + 2013 SB 163 on nmlegis.gov The House floor amendment (sponsored by Rep. Gentry) was tabled (defeated) 33-30, and the Senate floor amendment (sponsored by Sen. Griego) was defeated 18-23. 50 163
HB 70/SB 23 Amendment to Uranium Hexafluoride Gross Receipts Support + 2012 HB 70/SB 23 on nmlegis.gov The amendment failed to pass the Senate (16-25), and was not heard in the House. The corresponding bill passed and was signed into law. 0 70
PR SB 30 Carbon Pollution Amendment , Oppose + 2011 SB 30 on nmlegis.gov Amendment passed; as a result, Sen. Keller (the sponsor of the principal bill) withdrew his measure. 50 30
SB 467 Change Interstate Stream Commission Members Support + 2015 SB 467 on nmlegis.gov SB 467 passed the Senate (28-13) and died on the House calendar. 50 467
SB 315 City or County Comprehensive Plans Support + 2013 SB 315 on nmlegis.gov SB 315 passed the Senate (32-9), and passed the House (67-0), but was pocket-vetoed by the Governor. 50 315
SB 237 Colleges in Energy Efficiency & Bonding Act , Support - 2011 SB 237 on nmlegis.gov SB 237 passed the Senate (30-3) and the House (66-0), but was pocket-vetoed by Gov. Martinez. 50 237
PR Confirmation of Ryan Flynn as Secretary of the Environment Department Oppose + 2014 on nmlegis.gov Ryan Flynn's confirmation as Secretary of the New Mexico Environment Department passed 30-11 on the Senate floor. 0
SB 394 Conserved Water Put to Beneficial Use Oppose + 2011 SB 394 on nmlegis.gov SB 394 died on the Senate floor (19-20). 50 394
HJR 9 Convention of States Oppose + 2016 HJR 9 on nmlegis.gov HJR 9 passed the House (36-27), but died in the Senate Judiciary Committee. 40 9
PR HB 422/SB 421 Cultural Property Registration & Acquisition , Oppose + 2011 HB 422/SB 421 on nmlegis.gov HB 422 died in House Judiciary Committee; SB 421 died in Senate Judiciary Committee. 0 422
HB 40 Designation of Benefit Corporations Support + 2013 HB 40 on nmlegis.gov HB 40 passed the House (62-3) and passed the Senate (33-6), but was pocket-vetoed by the Governor. 0 40
PR HB 296/SB 283 Economic Development Utility Rates Oppose + 2014 HB 296/SB 283 on nmlegis.gov HB 296 passed the House (47-17) but died in the Senate Conservation Committee. SB 283 died on the Senate floor calendar. 0 296
HM 40/SM 34 Eddy-Lea Energy Alliance Storage Facility Oppose + 2016 HM 40/SM 34 on nmlegis.gov HM 40 passed the House (50-17). SM 34 passed the Senate (27-10). Memorials and resolutions do not require action by the Governor. 60 40
SJR 6 Eliminate Public Regulation Commission, CA , , , Oppose - 2011 SJR 6 on nmlegis.gov SJR 6 died in Senate Rules Committee. 90 6
PR SB 219 Expiration of Rules Oppose e 2015 SB 219 on nmlegis.gov SB 219 died in the Senate Rules Committee. 50 219
SB 391 Extend Solar Market Development Tax Credit Support + 2015 SB 391 on nmlegis.gov SB 391 passed the Senate (37-5) and passed the House (39-24) but was pocket vetoed by the Governor. 50 391
SB 94 Industrial Hemp Farming Act Support + 2015 SB 94 on nmlegis.gov SB 94 passed the Senate (33-8) and passed the House (54-12) but was vetoed by the Governor on April 10, 2015. 50 94
SB 76 Lead in Sale of Recycled Metals Act Support + 2016 SB 76 on nmlegis.gov SB 76 passed the Senate (41-0) and the House (59-0). The bill was signed by the Governor on March 4, 2016. 50 76
PR HB 291/SB 483 NM Federal Land Management Study Commission Oppose e 2015 HB 291/SB 483 on nmlegis.gov HB 291 died in the House Judiciary Committee. SB 483 died in the Senate Conservation Committee. 0 291
PR HB 652/SB 194 No Agriculture as a Nuisance , , Oppose + 2013 HB 652/SB 194 on nmlegis.gov HB 652 died in the House Judiciary Committee. SB 194 died on the Senate floor calendar. 0 652
HM 4/SM 3 Opposition to Citizens United Ruling Support + 2012 HM 4/SM 3 on nmlegis.gov HM 4 passed the House (38-29) and SM 3 passed the Senate (20-9). Memorials and resolutions do not require action by the Governor. 60 4
SB 253 Prohibit & Define Coyote Killing Contest Support + 2015 SB 253 on nmlegis.gov SB 253 died in the House Agriculture, Water and Wildlife Committee. 50 253
HB 35 Public Meeting Agendas 72 Hours Prior Support e 2012 HB 35 on nmlegis.gov HB 35 passed the House (57-9), but died on the Senate floor calendar. Senate Public Affairs Committee (SPAC) and Senate Judiciary Committee (SJC) voted. 0 35
PR SB 190/SB 459 Repeal Effectiveness of Some Rules , , Oppose + 2011 SB 190/SB 459 on nmlegis.gov SB 190 and SB 459 died in Senate Judiciary Committee 0 190
SJM 26 Study Exporting Coal , Oppose e 2013 SJM 26 on nmlegis.gov SJM 26 died on the Senate floor calendar. 70 26
SM 47 Study Transfer of Federal Lands to State , Oppose e 2014 SM 47 on nmlegis.gov SM 47 was defeated on a tied vote in the Senate Rules Committee. 60 47
SB 480 Subdivision Water Permits Support + 2013 SB 480 on nmlegis.gov SB 480 passed the Senate (30-10), passed the House (41-25), and was signed by the Governor on April 5, 2013. 50 480
PR SB 273 Transportation Public-Private Partnerships Oppose + 2013 SB 273 on nmlegis.gov SB 273 died in the Senate Judiciary Committee. 50 273
PR SB 415 Utility Cost Limits , Oppose + 2011 SB 415 on nmlegis.gov SB 415 died on the Senate Floor calendar (no vote taken). 50 415
PR SB 193 Water Quality Control Commissioners , Oppose + 2013 SB 193 on nmlegis.gov SB 193 died in the Senate Rules Committee. 50 193