New Mexico Senator Bill Burt to retire after serving 14 years


New Mexico Republican State Senator William “Bill” Burt announced his retirement from the Senate Friday after serving 14 years. The District 33 Senator will complete his term through 2024, according to an emailed statement released by the Senate Republican Leadership Office. Senator Burt was appointed to the Senate by former Republican Governor Susana Martinez in 2011. Since then, voters have elected him three times to continue serving the district.

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