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New Mexico November 2022 general election voter guide – Brospar Daily News

Are you ready for the New Mexico elections? KOAT Action 7 News provides comprehensive guides to each game, questions to know, and more to prepare you for Election Day. Key election date Oct. 11: Statewide, your local county clerk’s office begins early in-person absentee voting. Mail-in ballots began to be mailed out to those requesting mail-in ballots. Online and mail-in voter registration is closed, however, you can still register to vote using same-day voter registration at any polling location. October 22: New Mexico begins expanding early voting. November 3: Last day to submit a request to vote by mail sent to you by post. Any application received after November 3, even postmarked, will be rejected. November 4: Early voting closes. November 8: Statewide election day. All absentee ballots must be delivered to the county clerk by 7:00 p.m. and can be brought in person to any polling place in your county. Where can I vote? EARLY VOTING LOCATIONS: Bernalillo County | Bernalillo County Drop Box Locations Selection Day Voting Locations: Bernalillo County | Santa Fe County | San Juan County | ALL OF NEW MEXICO CLICK HERE TO SEE YOUR COUNTY Clerk’s Office Contact Information. Which statewide offices are up for election? Representative of the United States Congress (two-year term) Governor (four-year term) Lieutenant Governor (four-year term) Secretary of State Member of the Assembly (four-year term) Attorney General (four-year term) Auditor State Treasurer (four-year term) State Treasurer (four-year term) Commissioner of Public Lands (four-year term) State Representative (two-year term) State Supreme Court Justice ( to serve unexpired term) Five members of the Board of Public Education (four-year term) Other local county offices and judicial districts, you can find them here Find out the candidates for each office in the November elections. Redistricting New Mexico went through the redistricting process. The state legislature passed the Redistricting Act, creating a Citizens Redistricting Commission to develop redistricting plans for congressional districts, state legislative districts, and public education districts. Every primary riding has changed, and your riding may have changed too. You can see a map of each region below. United States House of Representatives, State Senate, State House of Representatives Committee on Public Education, Public Oversight Committee, Absentee Voting and Absentee In New Mexico, any registered voter may request an early vote (by absentee) and is not required to provide a reason. Absence is often used to describe ballots that are sent to voters outside the polling station, usually by mail. New Mexicans can apply for early voting online or contact their local clerk. The county election office will accept early voting applications through Nov. 3. It is also recommended that you return your absentee ballots in person to your county clerk’s office after November 3. The county clerk must receive all absentee ballots by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. Ballots received after the deadline will not be accepted or counted. Can I see a sample ballot? Box! Complete your registration information on the New Mexico Secretary of State website. You can click to view a sample ballot that you see when you vote. What if I have a problem voting? If you have any questions about voting, please contact your polling station supervisor. Supervisors can contact the Elections Office for guidance.

Are you ready for the New Mexico elections?

KOAT Action 7 News provides comprehensive guides to each game, questions to know, and more to prepare you for Election Day.

key election dates

October 11: Statewide, your county clerk’s office begins in-person mail-in voting early. Mail-in ballots began to be mailed out to those requesting mail-in ballots.

Online and mail-in voter registration is closed, however, you can still register to vote using same-day voter registration at any polling location.

October 22: Expanded early voting begins in New Mexico.

November 3: Last day to submit a request to vote by mail sent to you by post. Any application received after November 3, even postmarked, will be rejected.

November 4: Early voting ends.

November 8: Statewide Election Day. All absentee ballots must be delivered to the county clerk by 7:00 p.m. and can be brought in person to any polling place in your county.

Where can I vote?

Early voting locations: Bernalillo County | Bernalillo County drop box locations

Polling stations on election day: Bernalillo County | Santa Fe County | San Juan County | All of New Mexico

Click here to view contact information for your county clerk’s office.

Which state offices will participate in the election?

  • Representative to the United States Congress (two-year term)
  • Governor (four-year term)
  • Lieutenant Governor (four-year term)
  • Secretary of State (four-year term)
  • Attorney General (four-year term)
  • State Auditor (four-year term)
  • Treasurer (four-year term)
  • Commissioner of Public Lands (four-year term)
  • State Representative (two-year term)
  • State Supreme Court Justices (to fill unexpired terms)
  • Five members of the Public Education Committee (for a four-year term)
  • Other local county offices and judicial districts

You can see the candidates for each position in the November election here.

redistricting

New Mexico went through a redistricting process. passed by the state legislature redistricting Establish a Citizens Redistricting Committee to develop redistricting plans for congressional districts, state legislative districts, and public education districts.

Every primary riding has changed, and your riding may have changed too. You can see a map of each region below.

Postal voting and absence

In New Mexico, any registered voter can request an early ballot (by mail) without giving a reason.

Absent is often used to describe ballots that are usually mailed to voters outside the polling station.

New Mexicans can apply Online Early Voting Or contact your local county clerk.

The county election office will accept early voting applications through Nov. 3. It is also recommended that you return your absentee ballots in person to your county clerk’s office after November 3. All absentee ballots must be received by the County Clerk by 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. Ballots received after the deadline will not be accepted or counted.

Can I see a sample ballot?

Yes! Fill in your registration information at New Mexico Secretary of State website. You can click to view a sample ballot that you see when you vote.

What if I have a problem voting?

If you have questions about voting, please contact your poll supervisor. Supervisors can contact the Elections Office for guidance.

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