Most NM delegation praises Obama’s final State of the Union

President Barack Obama gave his final State of the Union address on Tuesday night. He

We let you know who each member of New Mexico’s delegation—two U.S. Senators and three U.S. Representatives—brought to the event. Afterward, the members sent out statements reacting to the events. The Democrats in the delegation were supportive, while the lone Republican said that Obama was “out of touch.” U.S. Sen. Tom Udall said that Obama was “right to be upbeat” during his final State of the Union, saying that “we’ve made tremendous progress in this country.”

Who are NM members of Congress taking to the State of the Union?

Tonight marks the final State of the Union from President Barack Obama. In attendance will be members of Congress and their respective guests. Most of the members of New Mexico’s delegation have announced who they invited. The guests range from from former and current staffers to a member of the Navajo Nation. U.S. Rep. Ben Ray Luján’s guest will be Alejandra Montoya-Boyer, a Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Secondary Education Graduate Fellow.