|New Mexico Senate District 18|
|1997 - 2013|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 4, 2008|
|First elected||November 5, 1996|
|Birthday||July 19, 1953|
|Profession||Businesman, Real estate|
He has been President of Boitano and Associates since 1992, and earned his BS from Regents College in 1989.
In the 2011-2012 legislative session, Boitano served on these committees:
In the 2009-2010 legislative session, Boitano served on these committees:
- Corporations and Transportation Committee, New Mexico Senate
- Public Affairs Committee, New Mexico Senate
Sen. Boitano said in late 2010 that he plans on introducing a bill that would outlaw the practice of having public buildings named after politicians who are still in office. Boitano's bill will also look into seeing that existing buildings bearing the names of current public officials wipe off their names.
Boitano says he’s responding to anger from constituents who have seen an increasing number of public buildings, structures and other objects named for so-called public servants.
“It’s free advertising, 24/7,” Boitano says, “and it’s not right.”
- See also: New Mexico State Senate elections, 2012
Boitano raised $26,260 for his campaign.
Listed below are the five largest contributors to Mark Boitano's 2008 campaign.
|New Mexico Realtors Association||$2,750|
|New Mexico Mortgage Bankers Association||$1,500|
|Dr. Dolly Juarez||$1,100|
|Independent Community Bankers Association of New Mexico||$1,000|
|Dr. Scott Glasrud||$1,000|
Boitano and his wife, Cory Greene, have four children.
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- Mark Boitano's personal website
- Biography from the New Mexico Legislature website
- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Campaign Contributions: 2008, 2006, 2004, 2002, 2000, 1996
- Voting record from New Mexico Votes.org
- ↑ "State Senator will introduce a bill outlawing public buildings named after sitting politicians," New Mexico Watchdog, December 20, 2010
- ↑ New Mexico Secretary of State, Official Primary Results
- ↑ New Mexico Secretary of State "Primary Candidate List," Accessed March 23, 2012
- ↑ 2008 election results, New Mexico Senate
- ↑ 2008 Follow the Money's report on Mark's 2008 campaign contributions
|New Mexico State Senate District 18
| Succeeded by|
Lisa Torraco (R)