Cynthia is running for the Public Regulation Commission to restore the public’s trust in that agency and to use her skills to advance its mission in a way that best serves the ratepayers and energy consumers of New Mexico. The PRC has a direct effect on all New Mexicans because it regulates the rates we are charged by the electric, gas, water, landline phone, and transportation companies.
Cynthia will use her many years of experience as a lawyer, administrative law judge, prosecutor, scientist and small business owner to make fair decisions based on sound evidence. She will demand innovative thinking from regulated entities to find solutions to service problems stemming from our changing climate. Cynthia will always be ethical, accountable and transparent as your Commissioner.
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The secret is out! PRC regulated company lobbyists and out of state energy companies fund Karen Montoya’s dirty PAC that has lied and run very dirty push polling tactics against Cynthia Hall. Say NO to Karen Montoya and her backroom dealing with lobbyists for companies that she is supposed to regulate. Vote Cynthia Hall for […]
Cynthia Hall Campaign Celebrates Key Endorsement from the Albuquerque Journal Our campaign to elect Cynthia Hall for PRC, District 1 is pleased that our wonderful candidate has received the endorsement of the Albuquerque Journal. In their glowing endorsement they list off the ample relevant experience that qualifies Cynthia Hall to offer “experience and professionalism that […]
Emissions on agenda for PNM Resources shareholder meeting By Susan Montoya Bryan / Associated Press Published: Thursday, May 12th, 2016 at 10:13am Updated: Thursday, May 12th, 2016 at 3:45pm ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The holding company for New Mexico’s largest electric provider has opted to host its annual shareholders’ meeting in Texas, and on the ballot […]
From the Santa Fe New Mexican article- “Power plant decision looms large in PRC contest” by Steve Terrell The New Mexican The only contested race for a seat on the state Public Regulation Commission is a rematch, and the challenger is hitting the incumbent hard with allegations of being deferential to New Mexico’s largest utility […]
Early Voting Locations (begins May 21, 2016 unless otherwise indicated) Taken from Bernalillo County Clerk’s website: Early voting begins at all 18 locations on Saturday, May 21 and runs through Saturday, June 4, 2016 (Desiderio and Isleta location hours differ – please see information on all early voting locations below). For a map of open […]
While I very much believe in publicly financing elections, the current Republican Secretary of State’s execution of his duties to administer the public election fund leaves a lot to be desired. Because of a minor error(1) in my initial seed money filing that typically would be subject to just a fine, our Republican Secretary of State […]
Why the PRC’s future San Juan G.S. decision could cost ratepayers for decades by Cynthia Hall Aside from a few fringe types and Congress, most people understand that burning coal to generate electricity is environmentally destructive. It also needs to be understood that coal power has become economically unsound. It stopped making financial sense a while […]
Cynthia Hall receives endorsement from Conservation Voters of New Mexico. From the Conservation Voters of NM Announcement: “In the course of her review process, Cynthia Hall demonstrated easy understanding of energy issues in the state, as well as a granular understanding of the PRC’s operations and role. She’s clear in her commitment to renewable energy, […]
Albuquerque is known the world over for its beautiful scenery and breath taking vistas. Some of the most stunning of which are Albuquerque’s protected open spaces. These are the large areas of mostly untouched nature found on the West Mesa, in the Bosque, Los Poblanos, and all over the Sandia Foothills. If you live in […]