Welcome to the Albuquerque Journal’s coverage of the New Mexico races in the 2016 election.
Here you can find key dates and voter information, links to published news stories and information and questionnaires for many of the state and local candidates in contested races.
This is a work in progress and ABQjournal will continue adding content from the newspaper including endorsements from our Editorial Board as these become available.
Our coverage of legislative races will focus on contested contests in some of the most high-profile races around the state. We’ll also have stories on congressional, judicial and county-level races, as well as the presidential race.
Contact Dan Boyd email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org – if you are seeking additional information. For official election information — including where to register to vote — call your county clerk.
The election information telephone number for the Bernalillo County clerk is (505) 468-1290. We hope you find these resources helpful. Get informed, get prepared and happy voting.
— Dan Boyd, Journal Capitol Bureau Chief
Telephone numbers for all 33 of New Mexico’s county clerks can be found by clicking here for the secretary of state’s website.
■ Oct. 11 — Voter registration deadline
■ Oct. 11 — Absentee voting begins (includes in-person at county clerk’s office and designated sites)
■ Oct. 22 — Early voting begins at alternate sites
■ Nov. 4 — Last day county clerks may mail an absentee ballot
■ Nov. 5 — Absentee and early voting ends
■ Nov. 8 — General election
Where to Vote
Basic Voter Information
- County clerk phone numbers
- Request an absentee ballot
- Sample ballots (Must enter your info)
- My voting information
- Legislature district maps, House and Senate
- PRC district maps
- Maps, political parties, past results
- Secretary of state: voter information
- Constitutional amendment pros and cons
- Bond project summaries
State, local races: Candidate Profiles and Q&As
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