Citizen Action

BERNALILLO COUNTY

Bernalillo County Clerk
(505) 243-VOTE (8683)
One Civic Plaza NW, 6th Floor

Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners
Julie Anne Baca (email), Administrator: (505) 468-7083

Register to Vote

Register to become a Voter Registration Agent (VRA)
Contact the Bureau of Elections (505) 468-1291 x 6

Election Information

Become a Poll Official – work the voting polls on election day

Find Precincts and Legislative Districts


NM SECRETARY OF STATE

Register to Vote or Find Voter Registration Information

Where to Vote

2018 Election Information


ELECTED OFFICIALS

White House Comment Line:  (202) 456-1111


UNITED STATES CONGRESS, WASHINGTON DC

Members of Congress (MoC)
NM has 2 senators and 3 representatives (CD 1, 2, 3)

Sen. Tom Udall:  (202) 224-6621, (505) 356-6791

Sen. Martin Heinrich:  (202) 224-5521, (505) 346-6601

Rep. Ben Lujan:  (202) 225-6190, (505) 984-8950

Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham:  (202) 225-6316, (505) 346-6781

Rep. Steve Pearce:  (202) 225-2365, (855) 473-2723


Websites for specific congressional actions

GovTrack helps track legislation and more

Roll Call Votes (how did your MoC vote)

US Senate Committees

US House Committees


NEW MEXICO

NM Governor
Susanna Martinez: (505) 476-2200

NM Legislators
At the Roundhouse in Santa Fe, you have one senator and one representative.

Search by their names or your address

New Mexico State Government

State Legislation Tracker

Visit the Roundhouse


CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE

ABQ MayorTim Keller
main office (505) 768-3000

ABQ City Council
Michelle Montoya:  (505) 768-3100


Political Boundary Maps

Bernalillo County

City of Albuquerque


Contacting Your Elected Officials

You can call, email, fax, or write. Also post on their Facebook or twitter. Check official websites.

Phone:  Add elected officials and numbers to your phone OR post a list.

Fax:  5 free per day


The League of Women Voters

Vote Smart (formerly called Project Vote Smart)

Non-profit, non-partisan research organization that collects and distributes information on candidates for public office in the U.S. Tabs at the top provide information on just about everything.  Just have to enter a name.  The only problem is that when you first open it, there is a sound-track which is a little much.  Just turn the volume way down or mute your computer.  Limitations:  only has information for people in office, but goes to the State Level. 

Open Secrets

This is mostly about $, and has information both on politicians and funders.  Take a look at this site to see what is most interesting. Going to the Congressional Races allows you to put in a state of candidate’s name.  Choosing NM gives a list of all races at the national level. Click on different tabs across to get additional information. Limitations:  doesn’t have data on State races.

Ballotpedia

This has a lot of good information and is interesting to browse.  It is perhaps the most comprehensive in terms of races, and has a huge amount of information about incumbents, and historical information about the seat.  It has information about everything that will be on the ballot – from U.S. Legislature, to State Legislature, to executive offices. 


 

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