Charlotte Little’s work as a tribal administrator taught her how to listen to her community’s needs. Her constituents chose her for the House, where she’s working to create thousands of new jobs in clean industries, lower the cost of living for families across the state, and ensure that all New Mexicans have access to affordable health care.
Charlotte Little has served her community as a small business owner, a Tribal Administrator, and an administrative officer for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Raised in San Felipe Pueblo, Charlotte is the daughter of a nurse and welder. Charlotte is dedicated to creating thousands of new jobs in clean industries and is committed to lowering the cost of living for families across the state.