ABOUT THIS STATE
New Mexico. You have more PhD’s per capita than any other state—you’re smart! When you're not riding hot air balloons or staring at a Georgia O'Keefe painting, you're making our hearts race with your close elections. Case in point, the 2000 presidential election between Gore and Bush when it came down to just 366 votes. 366! So it doesn't take a PhD to realize how important it is to be prepared for Election Day. New Mexico is holding its statewide primary and general elections on June 7 and November 8, respectively. Local elections will be taking place on March 1 as well. Here's everything you need to know on how to be a voter in the Land of Enchantment. (Source: Ballot Ready)Be A Voter
Local Elections Registration Deadline
Primary Registration Deadline
Absentee Ballot Request Deadline
Absentee Ballot Return Deadline
Early Voting (Primary)
How do I make sure I'm registered to vote?
Can I register the same day I want to vote?
Do I have to be registered as a Democrat or Republican to vote in my primary?
Can I vote by mail?
Can I vote early? (primary)
Do I need an ID?
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Vote Save the Senate Fund
If we can increase our majority to 52 Senate seats in 2022, Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema’s refusal to change the filibuster won’t matter. We can elect a Democratic majority that takes decisive action on raising the minimum wage, forgiving student debt, fighting climate change, protecting reproductive freedom, and more. But that will only work if we also protect the four most vulnerable Democratic incumbents in purple states like Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, and New Hampshire. You can start today by donating here to directly support all four campaigns:
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