Accountability. Transparency. Integrity.

Wayne Johnson entered public service to hold public servants accountable and to build an open, transparent government. He began his work at Bernalillo County where he passed the state's strongest transparency law. In December 2017, Governor Martinez appointed him to the vacant State Auditor's position. It's a perfect fit for Auditor Johnson who has dedicated the office to revealing how tax dollars are being used and to making sure that all public bodies in New Mexico abide by their policies and the law.

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A heartfelt thank you to those who supported my campaign for Mayor of Albuquerque. Despite the outcome last night, I firmly believe we ran a strong race of which we should be proud. We began to change the narrative about the disastrous consent decree that has handcuffed APD and put us all in danger. We brought good ideas to the table for economic development, education and behavioral health.
And we held public officials from every party and background accountable for their records and their actions.

I believe in Albuquerque. I believe in our people. As a Bernalillo County Commissioner, I will continue to fight for our city, county, and state and work to create a safe and prosperous Albuquerque.

Once again, thank you to those who supported me. I am humbled and grateful.
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Thank you, just keep trying to get your point across. Good luck

Thank you Wayne, for running!

Thank you Wayne.

Who won?

Sorry you didn't come out at the top. Keep on keeping on.

Thank you Wayne!

Thanks for running!

Thank you for being willing to run.

Thank you Wayne for running. You brought out a lot of discussions and ideas that I hope will continue. We stand behind you in whatever you choose to do in the future. If you need any help, please just give me a call.

Next 4 years??

Senator?

My wife Catie, daughter Kimberly and I thank you for what you do.

Thank you Wayne!

Thank you Wayne!

Sorry Wayne, this town loves to live in the swirl of crime , as long as they continue to vote the same. No more empathy for what happens here.

You would have cleaned that Arm pit of a town up!!!

Thank you all for your kind words and support through the years and during this mayoral run. There’s still much to do and I am determined to make Albuquerque and Bernalillo County a safer place to do business and raise a family for all law abiding citizens.

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Now get behind Lewis

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I voted for you Wayne, sorry you didn't win... now I'm going to vote for Dan because I'll never vote for a baby killing, racist, Democrat.

I've meant Mr.Johnson at county commission meetings and was impressed.Somethong about Dan doesn't add up.

I got ya Mr Johnson. Just cast my vote at Ventana Ranch Elementary. You're the reason I went to cast on a Municipal ballot. We need your type of reform here

Voted for you last Friday!

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Feb 14, 2018 @ 18:12
My deepest sympathy to those who lost loved ones at Majority Stoneman Douglas H.S. In Parkland Fla. Every community grieves with you and struggles with the question, “why”? God bless and hold you in His hand and know that you are not alone.
Feb 6, 2018 @ 16:32
Thank you! Earlier today I turned in over 3,600 signatures to the Secretary of State's Office in order to continue my fight for transparency and accoutnability in state and local government as your State Auditor. I'm excited and humbled by your efforts! #nmpol #wjAuditor2018 https://t.co/IBnaDzPyQ8 WayneAJohnson photo

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