Support Right to Work in Sandoval County!

Sandoval County workers need your support!!

On Thursday, October 5, 2017 from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM (MDT) there will be a County Commission meeting to discuss workers getting the freedom to choose if they want to join a union (or not). The meeting will be held at:

Sandoval County Administration Building
1500 Idalia Road
Bernalillo, NM 87004

Nobody should be forced to join a union as a condition of employment.

New Jobs are around the corner for Sandoval County.

The meeting is about the worker freedom ordinance introduced by Sandoval County Commissioners that will allow Sandoval County to become the first Right to Work County in the state!

Please show up early and get a t-shirt from our friends at and also make sure to get your name in general comments so that you can speak in favor of Right to Work.

This hearing will be to discuss the merits of Right to Work and determine if it should be allowed to proceed forward for a vote into law.  

It is CRUCIAL  that we have a great turnout and pack the building with supporters of economic prosperity and worker freedom!

For more details on Right to Work in Sandoval and in New Mexico, visit

If you simply cannot make it to this meeting, please take a moment to email all five commissioners at once with the message “SUPPORT “right to work” in Sandoval County!

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Or Call Commissioners:

District 1:  Commissioner Dr. James F. Holden-Rhodes

District 2:  Commissioner Jay Block

District 3:  Commissioner Don Chapman

District 4:  Commissioner David Heil

District 5:  Commissioner Kenneth Eichwald

The Rio Grande Foundation has been tracking job growth in “right to work” and “forced unionism” states via Area Development Magazine since January 2015 and has found much stronger growth in “right to work” states. While the unions will be there in force to make a lot of noise, “right to work” is widely-popular across partisan lines as this 2014 data from Gallup shows:

Opinions of Labor Unions, by Political Party

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4 Replies to “Support Right to Work in Sandoval County!”

  1. Why not support right to work in New Mexico altogether. There are other areas of employment that are closed to non-union work and workers.

    1. We do support Right to Work throughout New Mexico, but the Legislature won’t do it. That said, we are going to work with other local jurisdictions to do it.

  2. What a joke. Right to work , yes jobs my be created but they are ALL low paying jobs. This is a joke and a Koch Brothers attempt at doing in NM what they did in Kentucky.

    1. NM already has some of the lowest pay in the nation. I’d be happy to get our unemployment rate to around 5 percent where Kentucky is, btw.

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