Voters’ Guide

Past Voters’ Guides (pdf)

This November 6, voters will get to weigh in on candidates for US House of Representatives, one US Senator, New Mexico Representatives and Senators, Governor and other State offices, and County offices. There will also be other ballot issues. The League of Women Voters will be involved with a large number of candidate forums, voter registrations, and efforts to help inform the public and encourage people to exercise their right to vote. The popular Voters’ Guide will come out in early October, in time for early voting.

Check Your Registration

You can verify your voter registration online or by contacting your County Clerk. You should do this in time to correct changes in address, etc, before the deadline of October 9.

The League is Non-partisan

Candidate Debates and Forums

The League of Women Voters can provide moderators and time-keepers for your candidate and issue forums. We are a non-partisan organization, well-known for conducting fair, unbiased forums. For more information, please contact Mary Wilson, t3wilson at aol dot com.

Upcoming Candidate Forums

Previous Forums Online!

Did you miss, or want to re-watch/re-hear, one of the candidate debates? Here are links to some that have been posted online!

Ballot Order Announced

Lots were drawn to determine the order of political parties on the 2018 General Election ballot. All qualified parties were included, resulting in

  1. Constitution Party of New Mexico
  2. Democratic Party of New Mexico
  3. Green Party of New Mexico
  4. Better for America Party of New Mexico
  5. Libertarian Party of New Mexico
  6. Republican Party of New Mexico

Only the bolded parties have any candidates on the ballot for this election.

About the League

The League of Women Voters of Central New Mexico is a nonpartisan organization that provides information about political issues and candidates for public office in order to promote greater responsibility and participation in government. Because the League is nonpartisan, it DOES NOT support or oppose any political party or candidate. It does publish and distribute factual information for citizens to use when preparing to vote.