Your Vote —
Make It Count!

Bernalillo County Clerk Linda Stover and her staff educated voters on the three ways you can vote in the general election — Absentee, Early Voting, or Same-Day Voting.

During the DPBC sponsored meeting, which was held via zoom on August 26,  Stover also gave an overview of how her office will make it as easy as possible for EVERYONE to vote and do it SAFELY!

The team, which included Jaime Diaz and Nathan Jaramillo, called for everyone to be patient in receiving their absentee ballots, and assured the audience that if you choose to vote in person through early voting or on election day, you will be safe. Their record in the June primary election around the pandemic, speaks for itself.

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Right NOW:  You can request an absentee ballot application to be mailed to you by going to nmvote.org.  You will need your driver’s license number.

September 14:  Bernalillo County Clerk mails absentee ballot applications to all registered votes who have not already requested a ballot.  If you have already requested an application, you will not receive another one.

October 6:  Bernalillo County Clerk begins mailing absentee ballots to voters who have requested them.

October 17-31:  Early Voting and Same Day Registration at 18 locations across the county. https://www.bernco.gov/clerk/absentee-voting.aspx

You may also deliver your completed absentee ballot – enclosed in the signed and sealed envelope provided –to any early voting location and put it in a drop box.

Mobile Location for dropping off absentee ballots:

October 17-31 – NM State Fairgrounds, Copper and San Pedro Entrance. Drive through for safe drop off.

November 3 – Tent on 5th and Marquette (downtown). Drive through for safe absentee ballot drop off.

If you have not received an absentee ballot by the end of October, please plan to vote in person on November 3 and wear your mask!!

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