The politicians were as popular as their treats.
"I think I will be bringing him good luck when I shake his hand," said Janet Mentz, a local Democrat who was giddy and star-struck as Heinrich approached her Saturday. "It's about as close as I will get to meeting Obama ... My hands are cold."
Heinrich, currently representing New Mexico's 1st Congressional District, is running for Senate in the upcoming election. Luján represents the 3rd Congressional District, which includes San Juan County, and mainly spoke in support of Heinrich on Saturday.
"Mr. Heinrich is a great man, a wonderful father, and a passionate man," said Luján, who is running for reelection in his own district.
Both Democrats, the pair primarily campaigned to a Navajo crowd in the early morning, as Native Americans are historically vote to the left.
After, the dynamic duo made a visit to the San Juan County Democratic Party headquarters, where they were met with immediate applause.
"We stick with the courage of our convictions," said Heinrich in a speech. Heinrich promised to lower taxes for the middle class, lower the national debt and protect the recently passed federal health care law.
"There's a right way, and there's a wrong way to balance health care," said Heinrich, asserting that the Republican agenda would empower insurance companies too much.
Among his other goals: bring home U.S. troops from Afghanistan, create further infrastructure within the states, address the needs of senior citizens and veterans.
Heinrich also identifies himself as a staunch environmentalist and has been endorsed by women's pro-choice groups.
Among the Democrats, however, he made little mention of his more conservative positions.
Heinrich, now a supporter of gay marriage, once opposed it.
"I believe voters will allow you to disagree with them if they know you are trying to do what's right," said Heinrich.
Heinrich will be up against former Republican U.S. Rep. Heather Wilson, who represented the 1st Congressional District from 1998 to 2009.
She was the first female military veteran elected to a full term in Congress. As such, she focused on national security issues, as well as health care and energy.
Polls currently suggest that Heinrich in the lead.
Wilson ran for Senate in 2008 as well, but lost during the primary to fellow Republican U.S. Rep. Steve Pearce, who currently represents the 2nd Congressional District in New Mexico.
The victor to this year's Senate race will replace retiring Senator Jeff Bingaman.
"I think he has a greater chance than most people expect," said Corky Tinble, a member of the Democratic Party who is helping to coordinate Heinrich's campaign in San Juan County.
For more information on Heinrich visit www.martinheinrich.com.
For more information on Heather Wilson, visit www.heatherwilson.com.