A state senator since 2017, he represented District 19, which includes parts of Bernalillo, Sandoval, Santa Fe and Torrance counties.
The state Capitol has strengthened security measures in light of a recent FBI report that indicated armed protests were planned at all 50 of the country's state capitols in the lead-up to Inauguration Day.
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