Voters can first cast ballots in person at the Santa Fe County clerk’s office on Oct. 11, 100 Catron St. Voting hours are 8 am-5 pm, Mon-Fri and 10 am-6 pm on Saturday, Nov. 5. Santa Fe County voters may also visit any alternate voting locations beginning the third Saturday before the election, Oct. 22, through the Saturday before the election, Nov. 5. Voting hours are noon-8 pm, Tues-Fri and 10 am-6 pm, Saturdays.
In Santa Fe: Christian Life Church, 121 Siringo Road; Santa Fe County Fair Building, 3229 Rodeo Road; Southside Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive
Out of town: Max Coll Corridor Community Center, 16 Avenida Torreon, Eldorado; Pojoaque Satellite Office, 5 W. Gutierrez Ste. 9; Plaza Abedon Lopez Comm. Center, 155 Camino De Quintana, Española; Town of Edgewood Administration Building, 171A NM-344, Edgewood
Register to vote
Register by mail and online before Oct. 11 or use same-day registration at the county clerk’s office through Election Day, and at Election Day polling places and expanded early voting sites.
First-time voters must submit a copy of a photo ID or official documents with their name and address. If the required documents aren’t submitted with a first-time registration, voters need to show one of those forms of ID when voting. For examples of accepted forms of ID, see the secretary of state’s website.
Vote by mail
First, request an absentee ballot by mail or online via nmvote.org and return it to the clerk’s office. Mailed ballots will first be sent to voters on Oct. 11. Then, fill out your ballot when it arrives and return it to a drop box, alternative voting location or via the mail.
County clerks must receive applications for absentee ballots no later than Nov. 3 (which would be cutting it very close with the United States Postal Service.)
Polls are open on Tuesday, Nov. 8 from 7 am-7 pm. Voters may choose any location.
Santa Fe - Las Campanas La Tierra Fire Station, 6 Arroyo Calabasas Road
Santa Fe - Northeast/Downtown Montezuma Lodge, 431 Paseo De Peralta Atalaya Elementary, 721 Camino Cabra; Gonzales Community School, 851 W Alameda St.; St. John’s Methodist Church, 1200 Old Pecos Trail
Santa Fe - Southside/West Southside Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive; Nina Otero Community School, 5901 Herrera Drive;l El Camino Real Academy, 2500 South Meadows Road;
Santa Fe - Midtown/ South-Central Santa Fe County Fair Building, 3229 Rodeo Road; Salazar Elementary, 1231 Apache Ave.; Chaparral Elementary, 2451 Avenida Chaparral; Christian Life Church, 121 Siringo Road
Santa Fe - Rancho Viejo Amy Biehl Community School, 310 Avenida Del Sur
Pojoaque/San Ildefonso/ El Rancho Pojoaque Middle School, 1797 State Road 502 West; San Ildefonso Visitors Center, 74 Povi Kaa Drive; El Rancho Senior Center, 394 County Road 84
Edgewood/Stanley/Galisteo Stanley Cyclone Center, 22 W Kinsell Ave.; Town of Edgewood Admin Building, 171A NM-344 Galisteo Community Center, 35 Avenida Vieja
Eldorado/Hondo/Glorieta Max Coll Corridor Community Center, 16 Avenida Torreon; Hondo Fire Station #2, 645 Old Las Vegas Highway; Glorieta Fire Station #2, 366 Old Denver Hwy.
Española/Chimayo Tony E. Quintana Elementary, 18670 US 84/285, Espanola; Benny J. Chavez Community Center, 354A Juan Medina Road, Chimayó
La Cienega La Cienega Community Center, 136 Camino San Jose
Madrid/Los Cerrillos Madrid Volunteer Fire Station, 5 Firehouse Lane, Madrid; Turquoise Trail Charter School, 13 San Marcos Loop
Nambe/Tesuque Nambe Community Center, 180 NM-503; Nambe Pueblo Tribal Administration, 15A NP 102 West; Tesuque Pueblo Intergenerational Center, 39 TP 804; Tesuque Elementary, 1555 Bishop’s Lodge Road
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