Voting & Elections
Information on Voting and Elections in the State of New Mexico.
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Unofficial Election Results
Results will become available after 7 PM on Election Day, November 2, 2021 and will be posted as they are received from the county offices.
Election Day Voter Hotline
Toll Free: 1-800-477-3632
Santa Fe: 505-827-3600 Option 2
The Election Day Voter Hotline is available on Election Day, November 2, from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM to assist voters with questions or concerns.
Voting and Elections
Absentee and Early Voting
How do I make sure my vote is counted in an election?
- If you choose to vote in person in your county, you will place your completed ballot in the vote-counting machine and view that it has been counted.
- For those voters using an absentee ballot, you can track your ballot HERE.
- If you mail your ballot back, but it still has not been received by Election Day, you still have the option to go to a polling place and cast a ballot. You will need to sign an affidavit canceling the mailed ballot you submitted.
What if I receive my absentee ballot but don’t mail it back in time. What can I do?
- There are multiple ways for voters to return their absentee ballot. If mailing your absentee ballot, it is recommended that you as early as possible to ensure timely delivery. You can also drop off your ballot at your county clerk’s office or at any polling location in your county.
Absentee voting by mail or in person
Voters may cast an absentee ballot or vote in person at their local County Clerk’s office or an early voting location prior to Election Day. No excuse is required to vote with an absentee ballot. Visit NMVote.org to request an absentee ballot, find an early voting location, and more!
Request an Absentee Ballot
Request an absentee ballot by filling out an application and returning it to your local County Clerk. Applications can be obtained by:
- Fill out an application online by Clicking Here
- Contacting your County Clerk’s Office in person, phone, mail or email
- Downloading an Absentee Ballot Application here and mailing it or hand delivering it to your County Clerk’s Office
A ballot will be sent to voters who have properly filled out the application.
If you do not receive the absentee ballot, please contact the County Clerk’s Office.
Request an Accessible Absentee Ballot
New Mexico has designed absentee ballots so that a voter who is visually impaired may independently use their screen reader technology to mark their ballot.
- Fill out an application online by CLICKING HERE.
- An email address is required for delivery of the electronic absentee ballot.
- Please read and complete the certification document required to provide the electronic absentee ballot.
A ballot will be emailed to voters who have properly filled out the application and an official return envelope will be mailed and must be used to return the absentee ballot.
If you do not receive an email with a link to your absentee ballot, please contact the County Clerk’s Office.
Return an Absentee Ballot
All absentee ballots may be returned to the County Clerk’s Office or any Election Day polling location no later than 7:00 PM – Election Day.
Upcoming Statewide Elections
2024 Primary Election: Tuesday, June 4, 2024
2024 General Election: Tuesday, November 5, 2024