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LAS CRUCES, NEW MEXICO – Local businessman, Chris Mathys, has announced his entry into the Republican primary for New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives, the People’s House.

Mathys brings over thirty-eight years of business experience to serve New Mexicans in the 2nd Congressional District. He is a licensed Real Estate Broker in New Mexico, Colorado, California, and Wyoming. He owns and operates Mathys Properties located in Las Cruces, NM, and owns Oro Financial in Fresno, CA.

Public service has always been part of Mathys’ family history beginning with his service in the United States Army with the Southern Command in Panama. He is a proud member of New Mexico Right to Life, and the National Rifle Association. He also is a member of the Knights of Columbus, and volunteers as an usher at San Albino Basilica in Old Mesilla, NM. Mathys served as a Republican City Councilman in Fresno, CA from 1997 through 2001.

Candidate Mathys is a proud Conservative Republican and remains firm in his Love for God, Family and Country. He publicly advocates for protecting our unborn children, our 2nd Amendment rights and the need for strong border security, including a wall. He is against socialism and believes we need to fight against the democrat socialists to protect our freedoms and constitution.

The Mathys campaign team includes Campaign Chairman, Ben Hall, former President of the Public Regulation Commission and former State Representative; Las Cruces businessman, Christopher Schoonover, and Campaign Treasurer, Eli Calles, owner of Western Frontier Gun Show.

Mathys will be traveling throughout the 2nd Congressional District during the 2020 campaign season, and looks forward to meeting and exchanging ideas with New Mexicans of all political persuasions.

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