The League will hold its Annual Workshop: "*Effective Citizen Advocacy at the Legislature" on Saturday, December 10, 10 am to Noon, at the New Mexico State Capitol in Santa Fe, Room 322.
The public is invited.
Learn tips from legislators and a professional about how to approach legislators, craft an effective message and plan your time wisely.
For more background on citizen advocacy, see our Action page.
In order to register to vote in New Mexico, you must be a U.S. citizen with a social security number and be at least 18 years of age on or before the next election, with two exceptions:
Registration is open until 28 days before an election. You can register online at the NM Secretary of State's website, sos.state.nm.us with your social security number and your NM driver's license or non-driver's license ID. You can also register to vote at your local County Clerk's office and at the many other locations listed on http://www.sos.state.nm.us
For more information, visit the Secretary of State's NM Voter Information page.
To confirm your registration, find out your precinct, district, and other voting information, visit Voter View.
For other information on the 2016 election, visit our Election Information page.
The Fall 2016 La Palabra (PDF, 1.8 MB) is out.
Highlights: LWVNM Victory at the NM Supreme Court; Bylaws change to allow 16-year-old members, reflecting changes at the LWVUS level; report on new NM Evironmental Dept "Copper Rule"; local league reports; new calendar.
Keep up to date by reading La Palabra!
For issues of La Palabra dating back to 2005, see the Newsletters page.
Want to connect with your legislator? We have Contact Info for all NM legislators.
Want to reach NM’s Congressional delegation? The Congressional toll-free number is 1-866-727-4894 . Just ask for your representative or senator. Please remember that you are speaking as an individual and not for the League.
The League of Women Voters encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
The League never endorses or opposes candidates or parties. We advocate for policies based on our positions on issues.
At the same time, the League takes policy positions after thorough study, and works to influence policy through education and advocacy. It is the original grassroots citizen network, directed by the consensus of its members across the country.
Membership is open to all residents of the United States, both women and men, who are 16 years or older. In New Mexico, there are four local leagues. All local members are automatically members of LWVNM as well as the national League of Women Voters of the United States (LWVUS). New Mexicans who do not live near any of the existing local leagues may join LWVNM as a member at large.