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As some of you may know, I am a proud daughter of a World War II Veteran. My father’s service overseas and later back home helped shape my siblings and me. My Dad made sure I understood the value in dedicating one’s life to service, to protect and respect the rights of all Americans. My father and the millions of other men and women who willingly sacrifice for our rights are a driving force behind my determination to be a voice for the people in public office.
One of the things I enjoy most about being a state representative are the opportunities to recognize and honor individuals who make New Mexico and this country a better place to live. This past week, I was privileged to participate in the Los Alamos Veterans Day Ceremony at the VFW and a dinner at the American Legion honoring the Boys and Girls State sponsors and students. There was a resounding message I took away from each of these events, we must do more for our youth who feel called to serve our country, and treat every day as Veterans Day.
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