My name is Bill McCamley, and I am running to be your State Auditor. New Mexico needs leadership and accountability to make sure our government is one we can all be proud of. I will work hard to make sure that ethics and transparency are valued, while fighting for an economy that works for everyone.

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Initial Press Release

Las Cruces- State Representative Bill McCamley announced today his run for New Mexico State Auditor. He emphasized continuing Tim Keller’s initiatives while bringing expertise in job creation and ethics.

“Tim Keller did a wonderful job for New Mexicans in fighting waste, fraud, and abuse while helping to solve critical problems like the State’s rape kit backlog,” McCamley said. “I want to continue his legacy of making New Mexico better by working on these problems, and bringing accountability, responsibility, and measurable success to job creation efforts, green energy, criminal justice issue, and education.”

Specifically, McCamley intends to use the Auditor’s office to organize economic development efforts to help create jobs at living wages, highlight how solar on every public building can save taxpayers’ money while fighting climate change, and bringing accountability to schools and criminal justice programs.

McCamley also wants to maintain Keller’s work on measuring tax carve outs so that out of state corporations and the well connected pay their fair share. “The Auditor should be a leader in giving people a government they deserve and can be proud of,” McCamley said. “I will work tenaciously and tirelessly to make that happen.”

About Bill McCamley

Bill graduated from Mayfield High School in 1996. He went on to NMSU before graduating from Harvard’s John F Kennedy School of Government.  Since moving back, he has had many diverse jobs.

These include:

Serving as a Doña Ana County Commissioner where he has major accomplishments in job creation, ethics reform, and health care

Executive Director of the the New Mexico Rural Development Council, where he worked with small communities across the state on job creation, education, and housing projects

Three years working with ROJO INK, a Las Cruces based company selling clothing and promotional items while feeding hungry children in Haiti and Africa.

Selling solar panels for Sunspot Solar Energy, another local, small business that saved money for local residents and fought climate change.

As three-term State Representative he has:

Defended our immigrants as members of our community that deserve to be treated respectfully

Was part of the team that got marriage equality for all New Mexicans, regardless of their sexual orientation

Sponsored legislation to legalize cannabis

Pushed successfully for more and better Science and Math education in public schools

Been a statewide leader in job creation activities like workforce training


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