District 5
Joshua Jones (D)

Phone: (505) 252-7412
Appointed January 2023
Appointed Seat Term January 2023 – December 2024
District Seat Term January 2021 – December 2024
Next election for this seat is November 2024

Northwestern Sandoval County, including, but not limited to, the communities of Zia Pueblo, San Ysidro, San Luis, Torreon, Cuba, Regina, La Jara, Counselors, Ponderosa, Jemez Pueblo, Cañon, Jemez Springs, Algodones, La Cueva, portions of Peña Blanca, portions of the Santo Domingo Pueblo, Cochiti Pueblo, and Sile.

About Commissioner Joshua Jones

Commissioner Joshua Jones was born in Madisonville, Kentucky, in 1984 and moved to New Mexico in 2009. After serving in the Air Force, Commissioner Jones received his B.A. from UNM with a concentration in entrepreneurship and is currently pursuing his MBA. Josh then worked as a field representative for Congresswoman and now Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland. Additionally, Commissioner Jones is a proud small business owner of a consulting firm that works on various issues ranging from clean energy to advocacy. He is a father of four children with his wife, Shavonne Jones.

As a proud United States Air Force veteran, Commissioner Jones understands what it truly means to serve. Imbued with his military core values of integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all he does, Joshua maintains a strong presence in the community and government relations. In the military, he was designated as the soldier to call on in time-sensitive, mission-critical, “we need it done yesterday” type of situations. With his proactive nature and no-fail attitude, Josh earned the privilege of being awarded the number one-rated non-commissioned officer among 32 peers before his departure.

Commissioner Jones is a former board member and treasurer for Paws and Stirpes current member of N.M. African American Chamber of Commerce, a subcommittee member for Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller’s Veterans Mental Health and Transition Collaborative, was a Wounded Warrior fellow for Congressional District NM-01. His sense of community and family drives him to continue to serve the community and his constituents.