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    Debbie O’Malley has fought for good jobs, affordable housing and new mental health and substance abuse services for Bernalillo County families for District 1. She is currently serving her second term. 

    Debbie O'Malley

    On Jan. 8, 2019, she was elected Vice Chair of the commission for a one-year term.

    Commissioner O’Malley's district includes much of the North Valley, Downtown, the Westside, To’Hajiilee and part of Laguna Pueblo.

    Commissioner O’Malley brings 30 years of strong, effective public service to the board: First as a neighborhood leader, actively working for redevelopment of her historic, working-class community; and then for nine years as an Albuquerque City councilor, focusing on public safety, workforce housing, neighborhood planning and revitalization. 

    In 2014 she led the effort to provide much-needed funding for new mental health, drug treatment and support services for people in crisis in Bernalillo County. Today she’s committed to developing more safe and secure housing for the chronically homeless, and good-paying jobs for Bernalillo County’s working families.

    Debbie’s public service career began in 1995 as founder and later executive director of the Sawmill Community Land Trust. There, she spearheaded the planning and development of Arbolera de Vida, a multimillion dollar, nationally-acclaimed revitalization project in the Sawmill and Old Town District.

    Debbie has served as Albuquerque City Council president and vice president, chair of the Middle Rio Grande Council of Governments, and chair of the Metropolitan Transportation Board. An Albuquerque native, she has lived the economic challenges facing working families.

    Debbie and her husband of 44 years, Mike, are the proud parents of two daughters, April and Kristy, and four grandchildren, Evan, Aiden, Hope and O’Malley. 

    Record of Leadership

    Vice Chair, Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners, 2019

    Chair, Albuquerque/Bernalillo Water Utility Authority, 2019

    Vice Chair, Mid-Region Council of Governments, 2019-20

    Chair, Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners, 2014, 2017

    Albuquerque City Councilor, 2003-2013

    Vice President, City Council, 2012

    Chair, Mid-Region Council of Governments, 2011-2013

    Chair, Metropolitan Transportation Board, MRCOG, 2009-2010, 2014-2016

    Chair, City Council Land Use and Zoning Committee, 2006, 2009

    Vice President, Albuquerque City Council, 2008

    President, Albuquerque City Council, 2007

    Vice Chair, Metropolitan Transportation Board, MRCOG, 2006-2007

    Chair, City Council Committee of the Whole, 2004, 2005

    Associate Director, Sawmill Community Land Trust, 2004

    Executive Director, Sawmill Community Land Trust, 1998-2003

    ​Project Director, Sawmill Advisory Council/Development Corporation, 1995-1998

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    • Every year millions of Americans find themselves unable to vote because they miss a registration deadline, don’t update their registration, or aren’t sure how to register. National Voter Registration Day, which is being celebrated around the county, is a chance to make sure everyone has the opportunity to vote. Join Bernalillo County Clerk Linda Stover and staff on Tuesday, Sept. 24 to celebrate National Voter Registration Day on Civic Plaza with exhibitors from Bernalillo County, the City of Albuquerque, CNM, UNM and the Native American Voters Alliance Education Project. Food trucks will also be on hand for this non-partisan voter registration event.
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      9/24/2019 10:00 AM - 9/24/2019 1:00 PM

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