Sen. Luján expected to make full recovery after suffering stroke
Sen. Ben Ray Luján (D-N.M.) suffered a stroke late last week but is expected to make a full recovery, his office announced on Tuesday.
Driving the news: Luján began experiencing dizziness and fatigue on Thursday and went to a Sante Fe hospital for an evaluation. He was then transferred to University of New Mexico Hospital in Albuquerque, where they discovered a stroke had occurred in his cerebellum.
- He underwent decompressive surgery to ease the swelling, according to the statement.
- He is currently being cared for at UNM hospital.
What they're saying: "At this time, [Sen. Luján] and his family would appreciate their privacy and ask for your continued prayers and well wishes,” Luján's chief of staff Carlos Sanchez said in a statement on Tuesday.