Voter and Election Information

We are proving information for two elections in 2023.
NOTE that we will not provide a printed Voter Guide in 2023, as the races are numerous and varied across our four counties, with little or no commonality between ballots for districts.
Instead, there will be access to the information we collect via the website and on PDFs that we will link to here on our website. We will provide a printed version for the 2024 general election.


Select an election:

Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District Election (October)
General Local Election (November)

LWVCNM Candidate Forums for General Local Elections: Details HERE

The Middle Rio Grande Conservancy District will elect members of their board of directors on October 3.
NEWS RELEASE: Property owners living in the middle Rio Grande Valley between Cochiti Pueblo and Socorro can now access the LWVCNM online Voter Guide at Read the press release HERE (PDF). In addition to our online guide, we have prepared a document with questions and answers from all the participating candidates that can be accessed HERE (PDF).

Eligible voters will be specific property owners in the valley areas of Bernalillo, Sandoval, Socorro, and Valencia counties, as well as members of Cochiti, Kewa, San Felipe, Santa Ana, Sandia, and Isleta pueblos. You can find detailed information about the election HERE.

The State of New Mexico will hold a general local election on November 7. This non-partisan election will include candidates for city council, village trustee, school board, soil and water conservation districts, community college boards, and flood control districts. There also will be bond issue questions on the ballot. All the candidates and issues will be local; there will be no state-wide candidates or issues on any ballot.

LWVCNM Candidate Forums: Details HERE.

Please select a county below for specific dates and locations for voting in that county.

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County Clerks