Louie Sanchez

Native New Mexican

Louie Sanchez is a native New Mexican who grew up in the South Valley of Albuquerque, in a traditional Hispanic family.  Louie worked his way through high school as a maintenance man, cleaning bathrooms and mowing grass at Putt-Putt Golf, and put himself through college washing dishes. Louie was proud to become the first of nearly 40 cousins to graduate from college, earning his degree from the University of New Mexico.  His family instilled in him the value of hard work, integrity, compassion, and personal responsibility, and those principles still guide his steps today.


Louie has worked tirelessly to defend the rights of New Mexican families, appearing on Fox News and speaking at numerous rallies and gatherings throughout the state. Louie was one of the only business owners to stand up to Michelle Lujan Grisham during the pandemic, refusing to relinquish his rights as a business owner and continuing to protect his employees and their families.  Louie believes that all our lives and livelihoods are essential, that our fundamental rights to support our families and practice our traditional way of life should be safeguarded, and he is active in ensuring that happens.

Louie is running because he is tired of our state being first on all the worst lists.

Proud Husband, Father & Man Of Faith

Louie and his wife of 25 years, Cassie, are the proud parents of two sons, who both attend college.  Louie and Cassie are proud to have a family who seek God’s direction in every decision.

Successful Businessman

Louie Sanchez is a proud business owner who wants every New Mexican willing to work for it to have the opportunity to reach their own American Dream. Louie is the owner of Calibers and has worked in the healthcare field for over 27 years, bringing innovative and life-saving medical technologies to New Mexicans each day.  Louie also enjoys working at the VA with veterans and has a special place in his heart for those who have served our country.

Louie is running because he believes people should come before politics.