Senator William Burt

William F. “Bill Burt”

State Senator, District 33 (Otero, Lincoln, Chaves Counties)

Statewide Media & Messaging Subcommittee, Chair

“So much is at stake for all New Mexicans which will impact all of us for the next ten years if we don’t get a complete and accurate count in the 2020 Census. As a native New Mexican I know that working together as a team – leveraging the traditional and digital media with the right community messaging in hard-to-count areas – we can ensure everyone is counted.”

About Senator William Burt

William F. “Bill” Burt is a native New Mexican, born and raised in Deming.  Bill is an NMSU graduate with a BA in Mass Communications. Bill and his wife Donnie are current owners of Burt Broadcasting, Inc. in Alamogordo.  Bill is past Alamogordo Chamber President and Past President of the New Mexico Broadcasters Association.  Currently he serves as Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for Bank 34 and as a member of the New Mexico Military Base Planning Commission. Bill also has been serving as a State Senator for nine years. He represents District #33 which includes portions of Otero, Lincoln and Chaves County. His Senate Committee assignments include Senate Finance, Military and Veteran’s Affairs, Science and Technology, Legislative Finance Committee and the Governors Census Committee.

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