SANTA FE, New Mexico — New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez and a group of economic development officials are visiting northern California for a round of business meetings.
The governor's office said Martinez and the others are meeting with executives from a number of companies as part of an effort to attract business to New Mexico.
The governor is traveling with representatives from the private, nonprofit group Albuquerque Economic Development and the city of Rio Rancho.
The trip was organized in part by the New Mexico Partnership, which contracts with the state Economic Development Department as a one-stop shop for locating and expanding businesses in New Mexico.
Martinez is scheduled to return Wednesday.