Statewide Voter Guide is Now Live

May 2, 2024

NEWS RELEASE: Vote411, the League of Women Voters Of New Mexico New Online Voter Guide, is Now Live

The League of Women Voters of New Mexico is providing an online primary Election Voter Guide. The guide,, will cover the whole state – it’s easy to use and free.

The NM Secretary of State is going to mail absentee ballot requests to all voters registered with a major party in the state, but voters can submit an absentee ballot application online now at It is very important that the application be mailed back immediately in order for voters to receive the actual ballot.

Early in-person voting in New Mexico begins on May 7. Expanded early voting is available in many counties beginning on the third Saturday before the election. Look up early voting locations here or call your county clerk for locations and dates and hours of operation. Early voting ends the Saturday before the election.

Any eligible voter in New Mexico can also register to vote or update their voter registration and then vote on the same day at their County Clerk’s office or at any polling location in their county on Election Day and participating Early Voting locations.

To Find About Your Candidates: “The June 4 primary election in New Mexico can all be handled from home. Apply for your absentee ballot, use the VOTE411 Voter Guide to find out about your candidates and election issues and vote from home,” said NM League Co-President Hannah Burling.

How It Works: Go online at Enter your address to find what is on your ballot, information on candidates and where they stand on issues. The online guide will feature photos of each candidate who responded and their answers to League questions on their qualifications and issues.

“The League is offering this as a free public service. It is user-friendly for voters, and is easy for candidates to use, offering them more flexibility when they present information to potential supporters,” said League Voter Services Chair Edwina Jaramillo.