New Mexico 2018 Voter Guide

Statewide Voter Guide

Get a personalized Voter Guide for your address, anywhere in New Mexico:

Now that the election is over, the interactive statewide voter guide is no longer available.

Statewide issues:

Constitutional Amendments

Bond Issues

There are four statewide bond measures:

Read more details: Statewide Bond Measures.

Local League Voter Guides

Our four local Leagues each produce a printed voter guide which is distributed to homes and made available in public places. You can read the PDFs here:

New: Native American Voter Guides

This year, the LWV has coordinated with the Native American Voting Task Force, thanks to a generous grant from the Thornburg Foundation, to create Voter Guides for the Native American communities in these counties:

Bernalillo Cibola Luna McKinley
Otero Rio Arriba Sandoval San Juan
Santa Fe Socorro Taos Valencia

District Court Judge Candidates for the Native American Voter Guides:

The League of Women Voters’ Native American Voter Guides for Bernalillo, McKinley, Otero, Rio Arriba, Santa Fe, San Juan and Socorro Counties are missing information on District Judge races. The League did not receive the complete information from the Secretary of State’s office before the guides were printed. We regret the omission. Please help us get the word out to voters in these counties.

We now have corrected Voter Guides for Otero, Soccorro, McKinley and San Juan, Bernalillo, and Rio Arriba counties. We'll post the rest as soon as we get them.

Bernalillo County, Second Judicial District, Division 25

McKinley and San Juan Counties, Eleventh Judicial District, Division 3

Otero County, Twelfth Judicial District, Division 1

Santa Fe and Rio Arriba Counties, First Judicial District

Division 2

Division 5

Socorro County, Seventh Judicial District, Division 3

Candidate Forums

Watch the video of the the Los Alamos LWV's first candidate forum on October 6, 2016: House District 43 Sharon Stover and Stephanie Garcia Richard, District Attorneys Yvonne Chicoine and Marco Peter Serna, Probate Judges Anne Nobile and Abe Dispenette (the latter couldn't attend), and the debate on the Los Alamos County measure to abolish the office of sheriff, Amendment 1, between Robert Gibson (for abolishing) and John Horne (against).

Voter Information

See the Voter Information page for details on how to register, important links and dates.

The League has also prepared a brief guide to voting in New Mexico: Voting 101.

Find your nearest polling location at the Secretary of State's Polling Map. -->

Election Info

2018 General Election Calendar

Tuesday, October 9:

Saturday, October 20:

Friday, November 2:

Saturday, November 3:

Tuesday, November 6:

Voter Guide Rules

Our rules for soliciting statements from NM statewide candidates:

Candidates on each page are listed alphabetically, except that write-in candidates are listed after other candidates.