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The November issue of the Voter can now be downloaded here. This issue contains much that’s of interest, including but not limited to the November “luncheon” meeting, featuring UNM lecturer Peter Kierst, who will discuss the election that just took place This year’s Voter Guide – the novelty of putting it online for the very […]
The long-delayed Annual Meeting will be held via Zoom on Saturday, October 3. This news, and lots more, can be found in the October 2020 Voter, now online at https://www.lwvcnm.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Voter2020_10.pdf The October Voter also includes Details on how to Zoom into the annual meeting, and how to get technical help from knowledgeable League members in […]
The League of Women Voters of Central New Mexico plans to publish an online Voter Guide for Bernalillo, Sandoval, Torrance and Valencia Counties at VOTE411.org for the general election. Look for it in mid-September. Printed editions of the Voter Guide are available at all voting convenience centers. You can also pick up a copy at […]
The Voter for September 2020 (download here) has been posted, and it contains lots of interesting and important information. For example, Co-President Douglas’s editorial on the 19th Amendment plus background reading material calendar updates for September through Annual meeting and the outline of the 2021 schedule arrived at during Calendar Planning Observer Corps training (sign […]
August is the month we celebrate the Centennial of both the 19th Amendment and the League of Women Voters! (Although the celebration has been postponed until next year, or whenever COVID-19 is under control). This issue of the Voter download here contains a lot of good reading, particularly focusing on the history of the suffrage […]
You can view/download the July Voter here. First things first: the League office has moved! Now it’s at 2501 San Pedro NE, Suite 216, just a ways further north than it used to be. In other news, a reminder that the old Yahoo-based LWVCNM Topics listserv is dead and gone. If you haven’t already joined […]
Delayed due to the primary election, the June Voter is now available to read and download. Just click here. This is a huge issue, size-wise. 9 MB, so expect a long download time. Contents include: the co-presidents’ report, events postponed or cancelled due to Covid-19, online substitutes and corresponding parliamentary procedures, upcoming PBS presentations (“The […]
About the primary election 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 can download or view a copy at https://www.lwvcnm.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Voter2020_05.pdf In spite of the Covid-19 lockdown, this is a big, information-filled issue of the LWVCNM Voter. Contents include: thoughts on voting during a pandemic, and recollection that lobbying and passing of the 19th Amendment took place during the 1918-20 “Spanish flu” pandemic; a June Primary Voter […]
The New Mexico Leagues of Women Voters have compiled Voter Guides for the June 2nd primary! These guides appear only online – there will be no printed editions for the primary election. Wherever you are in New Mexico, just visit vote411.org for candidate and election information.
Sadly, the June 2, 2020 Primary will not be an all mail-in election. The County Clerks lost their case at the New Mexico Supreme Court. However, you can get a mail-in ballot simply by requesting an absentee ballot at NM Votes. Remember, only voters whose Party preference is one of the major parties (Libertarian, Republican, […]
Now is the time to check whether your voter registration address is correct. You can do this by going to NMVote, the state voter registration website. The New Mexico Secretary of State and several county clerks are seeking to put together a mail-in vote system citizens can use for the June 9 primary election. The […]
The popular League of Women Voters Who’s Who has been updated, as of March 31, 2020! You can find the link on the “Know Your Government” page, or just click here.
If conditions allow, the Annual Meeting will be held on May 2, as scheduled. However, the March and April Unit meetings have been cancelled. To prepare for Annual Meeting and review what your League officers, program chairs, and directors have done this last year, be sure to read the April Voter! Contents include all those […]