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Madrid earned both her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of New Mexico. In 1978, she became the first New Mexico woman to be elected as a district court judge. In 1998, she once again broke new ground when she became the first female elected New Mexico Attorney General. Madrid and her husband L. Michael Messina have one son. 
2006 congressional election
Madrid's race against incumbent Rep. Heather Wilson (R-N.M.) was very close, with Wilson holding a lead of slightly less than 1,500 votes following an initial count. The count, however, did not include 2,698 provisional ballots. 
Madrid has advocated the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq and has called for investigating the intelligence that led up to the Iraqi war.
Internet Predators & Protecting Children
Madrid has called for amending the New Mexico State Constitution in order to prevent Child Pornography from being protected by the free speech clause. 
Meet the Cash Constituents
- Summary campaign contribution data from the Center for Responsive Politics on their Open Secrets NM-01 election profile page
- Detailed campaign contribution data from the Federal Elections Commission for Patricia Madrid
Committees and Affiliations
Madrid will be assigned committees if and when she is elected to Congress.
More Background Data
Articles and Resources
- Patricia Madrid for Congress, official campaign site.
Local blogs and discussion sites
Campaign contact information
Mail: 200 Oak St. NE #4
Albuquerque, NM 87106