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Meet Gertrude

New Mexico proudly boasts a tri-cultural population with more than 199,000 or about 10% of the state’s registered voters who identify as Native American, yet in the history of the New Mexico judiciary, there has never been a Native American Justice or Court of Appeals Judge.

In the 2022 election, there is only one candidate who has the credentials and experience to make history. Gertrude Lee, GOP candidate for the New Mexico Court of Appeals, has a unique story and an impressive resume.

Originally from Kirtland, New Mexico, Gertrude graduated from UNM Law school in 2009 and is licensed to practice law in New Mexico and on the Navajo Nation. She has dedicated her legal career of 12 years to public service as a criminal prosecutor.

As a member of the Navajo Nation, Lee is an experienced trial attorney in both State and Tribal court, as well as the former Chief Prosecutor of the Navajo Nation.

Gertrude believes in having a courtroom free from political persuasion. It is the duty of every judge to make legal decisions based on the laws and not political opinions.

She wants to bring a different perspective to the New Mexico Court of Appeals.

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