Beau Sandoval

About Me

“I believe in a government that works for everyone, a government that provides for the poor, works for working families, makes sense for the middle class, stands up for senior citizens, innovates in the inner cities, strengthens suburban communities, helps the heartland, and revitalizes rural America.”


Beau Sandoval

Beau Sandoval was born in Albuquerque and raised by his mother and grandmother. He moved to Rio Rancho in 2013 where he attended Rio Rancho Elementary School, Rio Rancho Middle School, and graduated with honors from Rio Rancho High School in 2019.

Beau was Co-President of his high schools’ DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of America) chapter and was a founding sponsor of Rio Rancho’s DECA partnered “Buy Local” movement. As a two-time state champion in the program, he also worked with both the NHS (National Honor Society) and local American Legion post to advance volunteer work and support local veterans and families in need. He then participated in the Boy’s State mock government program where he was overwhelmingly elected State Senator at the National Program in 2018.

Having received many scholarships and academic opportunities from various colleges and universities, Beau decided to attend Regis University in Denver Colorado in part because of his lifelong faith.


“It is because of my Catholic philosophy that I believe in a government that empathizes with the marginalized and advocates for the vulnerable. I also believe that God has bestowed us with our Earth and as a result it is our responsibility to function as good stewards and execute our sacred responsibility to maintain and preserve our planet that we all share.”

Beau served in prominent roles at both the Regis University Service Society and student Government as the Vice President of Academic Life. After attending Regis, he transferred to the University of Colorado at Boulder to diversify his experience as an undergraduate student and to secure a bachelor’s degree in political science, with a minor in economics and a certificate in writing.

He served as the Transfer Student Representative in the most recent session of CU student government, and he also works as an assistant secretary in the University’s Disability Services department, providing for and ensuring the basic needs of students requiring physical and mental assistance.

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