Summer has come to end and the November election is right around the corner. We have the opportunity to send Susana Martinez back home to El Paso, but equally important are the races for Secretary of State, Attorney General, Treasurer and Auditor. Plus, the battle for the state House of Representatives is up in the air, and we need your help. There are also a number of judicial seats that will be on the ballot and we'll be electing a new Sheriff, since the incumbent Republican lost his own primary.
What's at stake: High paying jobs for New Mexico's working families, a fully funded education system that works, and $10.10 raise in the minimum wage. Republicans will sell our state to the highest bidder. Why else would the Koch brothers want to buy this election?
Early Voting begins on October 7th at the County Clerk's Annex (111 Union Square St. SE) and expands to 18 additional locations on October 18th, Ending November 1st. Click here for a printable version of the list of all Early Voting sites, along with their addresses and hour of operation.
Election day is Tuesday, November 4th. There will be 69 Vote Centers open on Election Day from 7 AM to 7 PM. If you won't be able to vote early or on Election Day you can vote absentee. If you're going to vote absentee you should apply for your Absentee Ballot as soon as possible. Click here to get the printable application and instructions.
Not sure what your registration status is? Don't know what House District you're in?
Click on the button above to go to the County Clerk's My Voter Information page, where you can fill in your name and date of birth to get your personalized voter information.