I'm still going to give him hell until the last vote is countedDemocrats pick up governorships Nov 06, 2002
I hear people talk about things like the new economy and technology and tourism, and I think those are fine things, and I think we should do all that we can to enhance them, but we cannot expect those elements of our economy to replace those traditional elements of the resource industries of agriculture, mining and timberPolitics: Toricelli fights for life Jun 02, 2002
John A. Sanchez (born 1963) is an American politician.
Sanchez, the youngest of eight children, was raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico's North Valley. Sanchez's great, great grandfather was a territorial legislator in 1860, and his grandfather served as a state representative in 1930.
After graduating high school, Sanchez started a small business in Albuquerque called Right Way Roofing. In 1993, Right Way Roofing was named Small Business of the Year by the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce.