Get registered, get educated and use your vote. NMBC’s Scorecard is below.

Get registered, get educated and use your vote. NMBC’s Scorecard is below.

  • Post published:August 17, 2020
  • Post category:News

Voting day and the General Election is right around the corner! NMBC is dedicated to making sure you are prepared to cast your vote with confidence. 

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Make sure you’re ready to vote, here’s how to prepare:

Register to vote: You can register to vote using the NM Secretary of State voter portal and find everything you need to become a registered voter in NM or update your information HERE.

Look up your voter registration information: With a quick and easy search of the NM Secretary of State Voter Services database you can find everything you need to know for how to vote in person. Learn more HERE

Once you’re registered, here’s how and where to vote:

Voting Locations:

Early voting locations open on Saturday, October 17, 2020 and continue through Saturday, October 31, 2020. Early voting locations can be found HERE.  Election day voting locations in Bernalillo county can be found HERE. Look up other locations across NM HERE.

Absentee Voting:

Absentee voting begins on Tuesday, October 6, 2020 for the General Election. Requests for absentee ballots will be accepted until Tuesday, October 20, 2020. All absentee ballots may be returned to the County Clerk’s Office or any Election Day polling location by Tuesday, November 3 Election Day.

NMBC Legislative Scorecards

NMBC kept track of incumbents voting record on legislation and we reached out to every candidate for House and Senate with our Legislative Priorities Survey to find out where they stand on important issues. 

Incumbents and candidates were issued a grade from A to F:

A = Pro-Market/Job Creator

F = Anti-business/Government Growth. 

Included below are the NMBC House and Senate scorecard results for candidates and incumbents. We also encourage you to take a deeper look by providing candidate’s unedited survey responses and recent voting records for incumbents. This information can help voters make an informed decision.  

2020 New Mexico Senate races

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