Former Republican Party of New Mexico Political Director Todd Johnson Takes Job at Pentagon

Posted On April 26, 2017

Former Republican Party of New Mexico Political Director Todd Johnson Takes Job at Pentagon

Albuquerque, NM – Todd Johnson, the Republican Party of New Mexico’s former Political Director under Chairman Debbie Maestas, has left New Mexico to take a job as Advance Officer to Secretary of Defense James Mattis. Johnson left RPNM in August to serve as the Trump Campaign’s New Mexico State Director.

“Todd had a strong impact on New Mexico politics, and his hard work in support of our candidates and building the party will not be forgotten,” said former Republican Party of New Mexico Chairman Debbie Maestas. “He advocated tirelessly for the Trump campaign last year in New Mexico, and was instrumental in RPNM’s success during my chairmanship. Secretary Mattis and the Pentagon are lucky to have him, and I wish him the best of luck in his new position.”

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