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Ellections 2018

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The 2018 General Election is Tuesday, Nov. 6. Polls are open 7 a.m. – 7 p.m. The Secretary of State Voter Information Portal is http://www.sos.state.nm.us/Voter_Information/voter-information-portal.aspx.

Find Sample ballots and polling locations for Rio Arriba and Santa Fe counties below.


Rio Arriba County Sample Ballots

Ballot Style 1: (County Commission District 1, Senate District 5, Legislative District 41, Public Regulation Commission 3, Public Education Commission 10)
Lower Dixon, Ranchitos, Lucero Center, Espanola, & Fairview
Ballot Style 2: (County Commission District 2, Senate District 5, Legislative District 40, Public Regulation Commission 3, Public Education Commission 10)
Alcalde, Chamita, El Guique, & Ohkay Owingeh
Ballot Style 3: (County Commission District 1, Senate District 5, Legislative District 40, Public Regulation Commission 3, Public Education Commission 10)
El Llano, Upper Dixon, Lower Chimayo, Upper Chimayo, Cordova, Truchas, Ojo Sarco, & Velarde
Ballot Style 4: (County Commission District 2, Senate District 5, Legislative District 41, Public Regulation Comission 3, Public Education Commission 10)
Santa Clara, Admin Building, San Pedro, La Mesilla, & Hernandez
Ballot Style 5: (County Commission District 3, Senate District 5, Legislative District 41, Public Regulation Commission 3, Public Education Commission 10)
Tierra Amarilla, Los Ojos, Chama, Lumberton, Cebolla, Canjilon, Petaca, El Rito, Ojo Caliente, Vallecitos, Los Pinos, Abiquiu, Rio Chama, & La Madera
Ballot Style 6: (County Commission District 3, Senate District 22, Legislative District 65, Public Regulation Commission 4, Public Education Commission 5)
Dulce & Lybrook
Ballot Style 7: (County Commission District 3, Senate District 22, Legislative District 43, Public Regulation Commission 4, Public Education Commission 10)
Lindrith & Gallina
Ballot Style 8: (County Commission District 3, Senate District 22, Legislative District 41, Public Regulation Commission 4, Public Education Commission 10)
Coyote & Canones


Santa Fe County is directing voters to the Secretary of State’s website (https://voterportal.servis.sos.state.nm.us/WhereToVote.aspx)  to view the sample ballot for their precinct.

Santa Fe County residents may vote at any of the Voting Convenience Centers listed below, regardless of precinct.

Santa Fe County 2018 General Election polling locations.

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