You can get New Mexico election results at the Secretary of State's website: NM Secretary of State: Election Results.
Early voting starts the same day as voter registration ends: 28 days before Election Day, October 9.
For elections info, go to NMVote.org. Find out how to register and where to vote, get a sample ballot with candidate information, see the wording for Constitutional amendment questions and statewide bonds.
You can view your polling place, districts and races on the Secretary of State's website: Where to Vote. Enter your street number and zip code. Click on "My Polling Location" to see when and where you can vote, or "My Sample Ballot" to see all the candidates and measures.
Can't make it to the polls? Request an absentee ballot through your county clerk or online. NO EXPLANATION NECESSARY!
Be sure to return your absentee ballot to the county clerk's office or to a polling location on or before Election Day. For other questions, check the Secretary of State Website.
Links to our voter guides will be posted here in time for early voting. Candidate statements for key races will be posted in September on Vote411.org.
The Spring 2018 La Palabra (PDF, 891 KB) newsletter is out.
Highlights: Call to Council; Report on the 2018 Legislative Session; A Reprieve from Drilling near Chaco; Report on Spent Nuclear Fuel Transportation; Transfer of Public Lands report; Local League News.
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? Use Find My Legislator on the New Mexico Legislator website.
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.
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.
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