PRC Candidate Information
Chris Mathys is a Las Cruces businessman and has qualified to run for the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission. The following is information released by Chris.
GE is running as a conservative republican in the June 5, 2018 primary where he will face retired electrician, Joseph Bizzell and former PRC member Ben Hall.
Chris has the most extensive background bringing over 30 years of experience as a the owner of Mathys Properties in Las Cruces and Oro Financial in Fresno. Chris is a qualifying real estate broker and general contractor. His company has funded commercial loans to small business owners for the last 30 years. Chris earned his MBA from the University of the Southwest in Hobbs, New Mexico and his BA from Fresno State.
As a member of the Fresno City Council, Chris regulated thousands of miles of power lines and oversaw municipal utility rates. He fought city bureaucrats successfully and forced the city to pay millions of dollars in refunds for excessive water rates. Chris was one of seven members who regulated a 650 member fire de- partment and emergency paramedic services. Chris also oversaw pipeline construction, building of city water wells, and sewer plants. Most importantly, he resolved customer complaints against public utilities for services and billing issues.
Chris is a principled conservative and will never apologize for being a conservative republican. Chris will always remain firm in his Love for God, Family, and Country. Chris has a solemn duty to adhere to the United States Constitution.
Chris will publicly advocate for protecting the life of the unborn children and every American’s Constitutional right to keep and bear arms. Chris’ community service includes being a US Army Veteran, and a member of the national Knights of Columbus, fraternal organization. He serves as an usher at the San Albino Church in Mesilla. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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