Dinah is a lifelong resident of the South Valley and has dedicated her life to advocacy for issues people in the Duke City care most about, from fighting government corruption with the disastrous Albuquerque Rapid Transit (ART) Project to rallying for equitable relationships with local Law Enforcers and politicians.
The people of District 10 have been underrepresented and underserved for decades, and Dinah has lived in the communities hardest-hit by over-taxation, misuse of taxpayers’ hard-earned money, and disrespect for family values.
Dinah has devoted time and resources to give folks in the Duke City a voice by creating platforms for people to talk about issues impacting them, even when the media políticos looked the other way. She has worked side-by-side with farmers, community organizers, and small business owners to let their voices be heard, be it over the radio or on the internet.
Dinah has made connections and visited all of New Mexico’s 33 counties, which will help her in Santa Fe to reach across communities and end La Movida in the Santa Fe swamp.