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Voting in New Mexico: English

NM Voting

undefined  Voting Resources for New Mexicans

Voting is an important part of our democracy. It allows us to have a voice in how our local and national communities are run. Ensure that you are informed about the voting process in New Mexico by reviewing the resources mentioned below.

GODORT has a thorough guide for voting in New Mexico:  https://godort.libguides.com/votingtoolkit/newmexico


Voter's with Disabilities

You may request assistance in voting at the polls if you are blind, physically disabled, unable to read or write or a member of a language minority (Section 1-12-12, NMSA 1978).

Any person of your choice may assist you, except your employer, an agent of the employer, an officer or agent of your union, or a candidate whose name is on the ballot (Section 1-12-15, NMSA 1978).

 

      Good to Know!!!      

If you requested an absentee ballot and decide to vote in person:

You can go to the voting location, fill out an affidavit that cancels your mail in vote, and then proceed to vote in person.

 

If you get your absentee ballot and don't want to mail it in:

You can drop off your ballot at any polling location or at your County Clerk's Office.

Take Action

Register to Vote Onlineundefined

Voter registration closes 28 days prior to an election. (Section 1-4-8, NMSA 1978).


undefined  Request an Absentee / Mail-In Ballot!!

Absentee ballot requests through the Secretary of State’s website for the 2020 General Election will be accepted until 5:00 PM on Tuesday, October 20, 2020.


Check your registration & ballot status!!  


You can request & turn in your ballot at your voting location or at the County Clerk's Office.

Find yours here! 

2020 General Election

2020 General Election Candidates  - Learn more about who is running in the current election by visiting the Candidate Portal provided by the NM Secretary of State's office.

League of Women Voters NM - The League of Women Voters of New Mexico was established in 1920. At the first LWVNM convention in 1950 the agenda adopted by the delegates was an examination and evaluation of the functions and services of state government. Since that time the state League has been involved in many activities including advocacy on issues at the Roundhouse.

Vote411 - Launched by the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF) in October of 2006, VOTE411.org is a "one-stop-shop" for election related information. It provides nonpartisan information to the public with both general and state-specific information[.]

Ballotpedia - This page is an overview of the 2020 New Mexico elections, including your sample ballot, the offices on the ballot covered by Ballotpedia, featured elections, election dates, and frequently asked questions.

 

You can also go to each candidates website to find out more about their platform.

NM Secretary of State

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The New Mexico Secretary of State provides a lot of helpful information, for instance:

NM Online Voter Registration Portal

Voter Registration Statistics in New Mexico 1990- 2020 - find out about voter trends in NM

NM Administrative Rules on Voting - read first-hand the rules that govern voting in NM

Elections Results Mapping - use this visual feature to see how each county voted


Congressional Map     |     Senate District Maps     |     House District Maps

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