Election Department





   Every registered voter in New Mexico has the right to:

     • Inspect a sample ballot before voting;

     • Ask for and receive instructions on how to operate the voting                      machine or mark a paper ballot;

     • Ask for and receive instructions on how to cast a provisional ballot if            your name is not on the list of voters or if you are required to provide          identification and did not bring it to the polls;

     • Vote a provisional ballot if you registered by mail for the first time in             this county and did not provide identification when you registered or           do not have it with you today; If you provide a current address in this           county and valid photo ID, utility bill, bank statement, government               check, paycheck or other government document that shows your                 name and address, you may vote on the voting machine today;

     • Vote by emergency paper ballot if the voting machine is broken and             cannot be repaired in a reasonable length of time;

     • Ask for, receive and vote another paper ballot if your paper ballot is            spoiled or defective;

     • Cast a ballot if you are in line when the polls close;

     • Be assisted by a person of your choice if you are disabled or need              help reading the ballot (your employer or an agent of your employer,          an officer or agent of your union or a candidate on the ballot for this            election are not allowed to provide assistance); and

     • Vote free from intimidation by election officials or any other person;

   False voting, bribery, coercion, or intimidation are election crimes and        subject to prosecution.

   To Report Complaints or Irregularities in the Polling Place, Call:
   Office of the Secretary of State

   Polling Places Are Open From 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
   Early voting may be done Tuesday-Friday from 12:00 p.m. (Noon) to          8:00 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. beginning on the        3rd Saturday before the Election and ending on the Saturday before the      Election.
   You may also vote in your County Clerk's office 28 days before the              election during regular hours of business.