This is a primary election. Only voters registered as a member of a recognized party can vote.
If you registered as ‘Decline to State’ you cannot vote in the primary.
You can register at any time at NMVote.org However, you have missed the deadline to vote in the primary election.
If you need information about the candidates, VOTE411.org The League went to a lot of trouble to put together this online guide and we would appreciate it if you would take a look.
Absentee voting is the quickest and easiest way to vote in this election.
Look for your absentee ballot request form in the mail, starting May 5. This year all everyone registered with a recognized party will get one, whether you ask or not.
Return the request form immediately and you will be sent a ballot. Don’t forget to fill out your year of birth. It’s a security measure, not an invasion of your privacy. If you don’t fill out your year of birth, and sign the request form you will not receive a ballot.
If you don’t get an absentee ballot request form, go to NMVote.org and check to see whether your registration address is correct.
If it is, call the clerk’s office or vote in person.
If it isn’t, the easiest thing is to correct your address, then go vote in person. This is your bad, not the county clerks.
Your ballot must arrive at the office of the county clerk by the end of business on June 2.
If you worry about the clerk receiving it in time, drop it off at any early or election day polling center.
In Person Voting
May 5 is the first day of early in-person voting at Early Voting Centers.