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John Pinto

For other people named John Pinto, see John Pinto (disambiguation).
John Pinto
Member of the New Mexico Senate
from the 3rd district
In office
1976 -
Personal details
Born 1924 (age 89–90)
San Juan, New Mexico
Political party Democratic
Residence Tohatichi, New Mexico
Alma mater University of New Mexico
Occupation educator, tribal government

John Pinto (born in 1924) is an American politician. He has served as a Democratic member of the New Mexico Senate since 1977 making him the longest-currently-serving member of the Senate. Pinto represents the 3rd District which occupies the Four Corners area and spans much of western San Juan County as well as a portion of western McKinley County. Much of the district is situated in the Navajo Nation and consists of the towns of Shiprock, Sheep Springs, and most if not all of Gallup.

External links

  • Senator John Pinto at the NM Senate website
  • Project Vote Smart - Senator John Pinto (NM) profile
  • Follow the Money - John Pinto
    • 1992 campaign contributions


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