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New Mexico Election

Election Day: November 3, 2020

  • Ballots mailed: October 6
  • Deadline to register to vote online or by mail: October 6
  • Last day to request an absentee ballot online or by mail: October 20

2020 New Mexico Endorsements

For years, anti-reproductive rights politicians have worked to undermine our rights and our access to health care—most importantly by voting to keep an old, oudated abortion ban in our state. But the candidates we endorsed know that abortion care is essential health care, and will fight to keep the decision to have an abortion between a patient and their health care provider, without political interference.

If You Want to Learn Which District You're In...

You can find your legislator with you address here.


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Endorsed Senate Candidates for the 2020 Election

  • SD 3  Shannon Pinto
  • SD 5  Leo Jaramillo
  • SD 6 Roberto "Bobby" Gonzales
  • SD 9 Brenda McKenna
  • SD 10 Katy Duhigg
  • SD 11 Linda Lopez
  • SD 12 Gerald Ortiz Y Pino
  • SD 13 Bill O'Neill
  • SD 15 Daniel Ivey-Soto
  • SD 16  Antoinette Sedillo Lopez
  •  SD 17 Mimi Stewart
  • SD 18 Bill Tallman
  • SD 19  Claudia Risner
  • SD 20 Martin Hickey
  • SD 23  Harold Pope Jr.
  • SD 24  Nancy Rodriguez
  • SD 25  Peter Wirth
  • SD 26  Jacob Candelaria
  • SD 28  Siah Correa Hemphill
  • SD 30  Pam Cordova
  • SD 31  Joseph Cervantes
  • SD 33  Denise Lang-Browne
  • SD 35 Neomi Martinez-Parra
  • SD 36  Jeff Steinborn
  • SD 37  William "Bill" Soules
  • SD 38  Carrie Hamblen
  • SD 39  Elizabeth "Liz" Stefanics

If You Want To Find Out Who Voted To Keep New Mexico's Abortion Ban...

You can see the full list of legislators who voted to take away our rights.

Voting Record

If You Want to Vote by Mail...

You can request an absentee ballot in New Mexico until Monday, October 26.

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Endorsed House Candidates for the 2020 Election

  • HD 6  Eliseo Lee Alcon
  • HD 10  G Andres Romero
  • HD 11 Javier Martinez
  • HD 12 Brittney Barreras

  • HD 13  Patricia Roybal Caballero
  • HD 14  Miguel Garcia
  • HD 15  Day Hochman-Vigil
  • HD 16  Antonio "Moe" Maestas 
  • HD 17  Debbie Armstrong
  • HD 18  Gail Chasey
  • HD 20  Meredith Dixon
  • HD 21  Debra M. Sariñana
  • HD 22  Jessica Velasquez
  • HD 23  Daymon Ely
  • HD 24  Elizabeth "Liz" Thomson
  • HD 25  Christine Trujillo
  • HD 26  Georgene Louis 
  • HD 27 Marian Matthews
  • HD 28  Melanie Stansbury
  • HD 29  Joy Garratt
  • HD 30  Natalie Figueroa 
  • HD 31  Julie Ford Brenning
  • HD 33  Micaela Lara Cadena
  • HD 34  Raymundo "Ray" Lara 
  • HD 35  Angelica Rubio
  • HD 36  Nathan Small
  • HD 37  Joanne Ferrary
  • HD 38  Karen Whitlock 
  • HD 39  Rudolpho "Rudy" Martinez 
  • HD 40  Roger Montoya
  • HD 41  Susan Herrera
  • HD 42  Kristina Ortez
  • HD 43  Christine Chandler
  • HD 45  Linda Serrato
  • HD 46  Andrea Romero
  • HD 47  Brian Egolf
  • HD 48  Tara Lujan
  • HD 50  Matthew McQueen
  • HD 51 Jeff Swanson
  • HD 52  Doreen Y. Gallegos
  • HD 53  Willie Madrid
  • HD 56  Laura Childress
  • HD 57  Billie Helean
  • HD 68  Karen Bash

If You Have Any Issues with Your Voter Registration or Voting...

Please contact the national, nonpartisan Election Protection Hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) or visit 866ourvote.org. 


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