Let's build a safe and prosperous future for everyone!

For the past six years, Wayne Johnson has been working to help keep this community safe and reach its potential. He expanded the Sheriff's Department, championed closest station response for fire/EMS, and strengthened penalties for DWI and drag racing. He's made Bernalillo County more open, accountable, and transparent. He's fought job-killing policies and supported county efforts to bring in over a half billion dollars of private investment and helped businesses create over 3,000 jobs. And he's worked to build coalitions to address education and behavioral health problems. Wayne Johnson has the experience, integrity and vision to be our next mayor. Join us today!

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It’s Official! I’m In!

Sunday, April 2nd we held our Campaign Kickoff event. It was a wonderful event and I was thrilled to see all of the support and the excitement for my campaign. There’s a lot of work ahead, but I know that we can face the rigors and the challenges of the campaign and that we can…

When Does $8 million = $30 million?

How do you fill an $8 million budget deficit? If you’re Bernalillo County the answer is simple – impose $30 million in new taxes! On March 28th, the Bernalillo County Commission will take final action on its latest tax increase, an increase that will impose an additional 3/16ths of a cent tax on every purchase…

Questioning the Ballot Questions

Today, the Bernalillo County Commission will take up a question of grave importance. In a “special meeting,” the commission will make a decision regarding whether to include two city questions on the General Election ballot in November. One nearly doubles the amount of your tax dollars going to mayoral candidates who choose to go the…


A failure to plan is a plan to fail. From small family businesses to large corporations, leaders realize that you have to know where you’re going and have an idea how to get there. Rarely is that path is set in stone as shorter or better paths may present themselves. But you do have to…

Poor Decisions

There’s a television commercial that features four scared and pursued teenagers who choose to hide behind a curtain wall of chain saws instead of heading for the running getaway vehicle. While the teens take refuge behind the chainsaws and the creepy “killer” looks on, the announcer says “if you’re in a horror movie, you make…


Aug 18, 2017 @ 6:12
#CleanKeller turns to #DarkMoney to fuel campaign. “Not Coordinating” with good friend & former manager #laughable. https://t.co/pHC1XUru7n

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