An Update from Tim Keller for Albuquerque
Our #blockbyblock movement is heating up as we get closer to summer!
Team Keller has been focused on the issues, talking to voters about the issues that matter most to them, from reforming APD to creating good-paying jobs at our local small businesses.
I have enjoyed getting to know you at house parties, phone banks, canvasses, and other events the last few weeks. It is so exciting to see how many Burqueños are passionate about making Albuquerque a safe, inclusive, and innovative city that works for all of us.
Thank you for all you do to help us get to City Hall!
Women for Tim Keller
Last night more than 100 women attended the launch of Women for Tim Keller! A panel of community leaders discussed why they support Tim for Mayor of Albuquerque and a range of issues affecting our city, including how to create more jobs and inspire young people to emerge as leaders in the community. Thanks to all of the Women for Tim Keller Co-Chairs and panelists, and everyone who attended last night’s event!
Contact Brittany at Brittany@tk4abq.com to learn more about Women for Tim and get involved.
Be a Tim Keller Ambassador
On Saturday, May 27th join us for the launch of our Tim Keller Ambassador program. Meet other Tim supporters and learn how to represent Tim in your neighborhood, at community meetings and more.
This campaign is different, we’re not asking you for a financial contribution, we’re asking for your time and commitment to help us take this campaign #blockbyblock. RSVP here or contact Hayden at Hayden@tk4abq.com.
KOB Talks about My Goal for an Energy Neutral Albuquerque
A few weeks ago I announced my plan to make Albuquerque a truly energy neutral city with the goal of getting the city’s energy bill to net zero. This would save taxpayers money and make Albuquerque a national leader in renewable energy. There is no reason for any city government building to not be solar-powered.
The Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters endorsed Tim for Mayor of Albuquerque, citing Tim’s plans “that will raise the quality of life and make investments in our neglected neighborhoods.” Tim is committed to creating jobs for Albuquerque’s small businesses, which are the backbone of the local economy.
In the News
My staff at the Office of the State Auditor and I have been hard at work battling fraud, waste, and abuse across New Mexico.
Our recent efforts include:
- Our audit revealed that $850,000 was stolen from the Otis Mutual Domestic Water Consumers & Sewage Works Association.
- A report from my office found that 83% of money spent on state information technology contracts goes to out of state businesses.
- I spoke to the Albuquerque City Council to inform them that Albuquerque’s rape kit backlog is getting worse, not better.
As always, there are many ways to get involved, and we would be grateful for any support you can provide.
Click here to volunteer for canvasses, phone banks, office work, house party hosting, and more>>>
Thank you for helping us get this far. Onward to the election!