After some of the problems experienced in the last elections, New Mexico Vote Matters is working with a coalition of non-profit organizations to ensure our voting system is free, fair, and accessible for all New Mexicans.
New Mexico Vote Matters is supporting the following bills to modernize our election systems and increase access for New Mexicans to the registration and voting processes.
1. Allowing 17 year olds to Vote in Primaries: HB 157 sponsored by Representative Jeff Steinborn.
HB 157 – ALLOW PERSONS 17 & OVER TO VOTE IN PRIMARIES
2. Early Voting Site Voter Registration: SB 272, sponsored by Senator Jerry Ortiz y Pino.
SB 272 – EARLY VOTING SITE VOTER REGISTRATION
3. Online voter registration, HB 225 sponsored by Representative Jim Smith and Senator Tim Keller.
HB 225 – ELECTRONIC VOTER REGISTRATION UPDATES
Check out our new radio add that will be airing across New Mexico. Listen to hear some important reasons to get out and vote this year.
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ELECTION DAY IS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6.
You can cast your vote on Election Day or by Early Voting or by Absentee Voting. To find out where you can early vote or to request an Absentee Ballot, call your
County Clerk. You can find your County Clerk’s number on the Voter Resources page here. Here is a complete list of the Election Day voting locations in New Mexico, in a downloadable PDF: Election Day voting locations Sheet
OCTOBER 20 – NOVEMBER 3.
Beginning October 20 through November 3, you can early vote for the November 6, General Election! Here is a complete list of the early voting locations in New Mexico, in a downloadable PDF: 2012 NM Early Voting Locations Sheet. You can also go to www.sos.state.nm.us to find an early voting site near you.
ABSENTEE BY MAIL & ABSENTEE-IN-PERSON VOTING
OCTOBER 9 – NOVEMBER 6.
Absentee voting begins October 9. Call your County Clerk to request your absentee ballot. You can find your County Clerk’s number on the Voter Resources page here. The Absentee Ballot Request Deadline is November 2 at 5:00 p.m. Absentee Ballot Due: November 6 by 7:00 p.m.
Voter Convenience Centers
Many New Mexico cities have Voter Convenience Centers. Here is a complete list of the VCC locations in New Mexico, in a downloadable PDF: New Mexico VCC Locations Sheet
New Mexico’s primary elections are coming up on Tuesday, June 5, 2012. If you are eligible to vote in the primaries, be sure to get out and vote! Bernalillo County residents can check their registration status by visiting Bernalillo County’s My Voter Information website at www.bernco.gov/mvi.
Early voting is underway in New Mexico. Voters may now cast their ballot before election day at early voting centers. Contact your county clerk’s office for a list of early voting centers in your community. Bernalillo County residents may visit www.bernco.gov/myvotecenter or call 243-VOTE (8683) for more information on polling locations.
Get information on primary election dates in New Mexico, polling places, absentee and early voting, and ID requirements. Voter Info for NM Primary Election
Questions about registering to vote or voting? Call Common Cause’s Election Protection Hotline at 1-866-OUR-VOTE or visit www.866OURVOTE.org to get your election process questions answered.
¿Preguntas sobre las elecciones or como registrarse para votar? Para ayuda en español, llame a 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA o visite la página de web www.VEYVOTA.org.
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