Dianna J. Durán

State:New Mexico
Current Office:Secretary of State
Party:Republican Party

 

New Mexico State Senator Dianna J. Duran is the Caucus Chair of the Senate Republicans and has held that position since 2003.  She serves District 40 which encompasses a large portion of Otero County and also includes one precinct in Dona Ana County.

 Senator Duran is in her fifth term in the Senate. She currently serves as a member of the Senate Rules and Senate Corporations and Transportations Committees. She has served on numerous interim committees including Legislative Council and Revenue Stabilization and Tax Policy Committees to name a few.  She has served previously on the Redistricting Committee following the 2000 census and a number of interim committees relating to elections. 

 She also served as Otero County Clerk from 1989-1992.  She began working in the Otero County Clerk’s office in 1992 and retired from that office in 2004. Dianna was the Republican nominee in 1998 for the office of Secretary of State.

 Dianna was born and raised in Tularosa, New Mexico, is a graduate of Tularosa High School.  She is married to Leo Barraza, and together they have 5 children and 13 grandchildren.  

 

 

 

Contact Dianna J. Durán

Official Email
Official Website

 

Positions

Are you in favor of Dianna J. Durán in the position of Secretary of State?

If so, voice your opinion! Contribute an op-ed article, submit a comment or vote your support.

Are you against Dianna J. Durán in the position of Secretary of State?

If so, voice your opinion! Contribute an op-ed article, submit a comment or vote your support.

 
 

Political Pulse

Do you support or oppose Dianna J. Durán in the position of Secretary of State?

Yes No
Support Dianna J. Durán
 
67%
Oppose Dianna J. Durán
 
33%
 
 

Comments

Supporting Discussion

We welcome your thoughtful comments. Be the first to participate in the discussion.

Dissenting Discussion

We welcome your thoughtful comments. Be the first to participate in the discussion.

Add a Comment

Sign in or join now to post a comment. All comments will display your username and avatar.

Add a Comment

Sign in or join now to post a comment. All comments will display your username and avatar.

 
 

New Mexico (change)

 
New Mexico is located in the southwestern region of the U.S. Inhabited by Native American populations for many centuries, New Mexico has also been part of Imperial Spain, part of Mexico, and a U.S. territory.
 
Offices & Officials

Governor: Susana Martinez
Lieutenant Governor: John Sanchez
Attorney General: Gary King
Secretary of State: Dianna J. Durán