Key Election Dates
October 11: Early in-person absentee voting begins statewide at your local county clerk’s office. Absentee ballots begin to be mailed to those who requested absentee ballots. Online and mail-in voter registration closes, however, you can still register to vote by utilizing same-day voter registration at any polling location.
October 22: Expanded early voting begins in New Mexico.
November 3: Last day to submit an application for an absentee ballot to be mailed to you. Any applications received after Nov 3, even if postmarked, will be rejected.
November 4: Early voting ends.
November 8: Statewide election day. All absentee ballots must be in the hands of the county clerk by 7:00 p.m. and can be taken in person to any voting location in your county.
Which statewide offices are up for election?
- United States representatives in Congress (two-year terms)
- Governor (four-year terms)
- Lieutenant governor (four-year terms)
- Secretary of State (four-year terms)
- Attorney General (four-year terms)
- State Auditor (four-year terms)
- State Treasurer (four-year terms)
- Commissioner of Public Lands (four-year terms)
- State representatives (two-year terms)
- State supreme court judges (fill unexpired term)
- Five members of the public education commission (four-year terms)
- Other local county offices and judicial districts
You can view the candidates for each office in the November election here.
Colfax County Candidates
- Colfax County Assessor
- Kristi E. Graham (D)
- Suzanne Marie Valdez (D)
- Colfax County Commissioner District 1
- Patrick R. Berry (D)
- Kerry D. Medina (D)
- Si S. Trujillo (R)
- Colfax County Commissioner District 2
- Bobby Ledoux (D)
- Jared Christopher Chatterley (R)
- Mary Lou Kern (R)
- Colfax County Sheriff
- Leonard M. Baca Jr. (D)
Colfax County Judicial Candidates
- Colfax County Magistrate Court Division 1
- Amy A. Hronich (R)
- Henry E. Trujillo (R)
- Leonard R. Arias (D)
- Felix Pena (D)
- Colfax County Probate Court
- Royal A. Quint (R)
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