Meet Joe Carraro, your go-to Average Joe for insightful conversations on politics, business, and the economy. With two decades of experience as a former Senator, Joe brings a wealth of knowledge to the table. His journey, spanning from the political arena to Main Street entrepreneurship, establishes him as a reliable voice in navigating the intricacies of governance and finance. And he puts People before Politics.
No longer bound by the formalities of office, Joe as a registered Independent is here to break down barriers, offering a perspective that’s both relatable and enlightening. Join him in demystifying the complexities of today’s issues and fostering a dialogue that empowers everyday citizens.
Joe Carraro is a voice that transcends traditional political narratives, now diving into conversations that matter. While his video discussions touch on global events he goes deeper addressing issues that matter to the everyday lives of Average Joes and Janes and keeping promises he makes as he helps those who lack a voice to government.
Beyond the limelight of politics, he champions causes close to his heart such as the rights of the developmentally disabled and other conditions as well as figuring out ways to afford costs. This commitment is not just a chapter in Joe’s past; it’s an ongoing conversation that will find its way into his future actions.
Through his dialogues, Joe aims to foster a community where everyone is informed, and every discussion leads to meaningful solutions.
When he first decided to run for office as a Senator, Joe’s philosophy was formed and that’s what he carried through in his service to New Mexico and the Country. He made promises that would fulfill his constituents demands including building a new bridge across the Rio Grande — a task that was denied for decades stifling any growth on the Westside of Albuquerque which was populated by dirt roads and students from the Westside and Rio Rancho going to one high school and a couple of elementary schools with the only park labeled “sticker park” for its prevalent natural inhabitant.
Joe ran his campaign guaranteeing he would pass the bridge legislation in first year or he would resign from office. His opposition was the Governor and Speaker of the House who vowed that bridge would not be built.
He kept those promises after winning in a landslide. Then, before he was sworn in as Senator, he travelled the state talking to legislators in both parties about what needs they had that he could assist them with and how he needed their help to build a desperately needed bridge for his district and the entire Westside of Albuquerque. His bridge bills passed with overwhelming bipartisan support along with funds for schools and roadways and of course, the many projects needed throughout the state with his promised support.
He then joined with Senator Pete Domenici and the Native American tribes and pueblos to create the National Petroglyph Monument in his district intersected by the Paseo del Norte road that was the extension roadway from the bridge uniting both east and west sides of Albuquerque.
Joe has extensive experience as a Senator for over 20 years who transformed the NW into a growing business and residential community with his vision and legislation to build a Bridge. As an educator, his students have testified to his expertise and unparalleled ability to engage his students.
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New Mexico state Sen. Joseph Carraro wants to change his state’s motto. It’s now “Crescit Eundo” (It Grows as It Goes). He prefers “Antiqua Suspice, Crastina Accipe” (Cherish the Past, Embrace the Future). Why? Carraro tells Scott Simon that no one knows what “It Grows as It Goes” means. (More…..)