03 Nov

Canvass Kickoff with Senator Udall & Mayor Webber TODAY

Today’s the last day for early voting. Join Senator Udall and Mayor Webber for a canvass kickoff TODAY at 3 pm. Head to 2006 Botulph Road and help get every possible voter to the polls. Click here for early voting sites:

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31 Oct

Party Time! Rally at Meow Wolf

Bring a friend (or three) and rally with our candidates, to finish the campaign strong! This Friday, November 2, at 6 PM, 1352 Rufina Circle in Santa Fe.

P.S. Remember to vote. Click here for polling sites and schedule.


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28 Oct

We grieve

Statement from Barack Obama:

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27 Oct

Canvass Kickoff with Michelle! Today!

Please join MLG and Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard for a canvass kickoff today, Saturday, October 27th at 2:15pm at Santa Fe HQ, 2006 Botulph Road. Congresswoman Roybal-Allard and Michelle will share a little bit about what makes this election so important before we head out to knock doors!

WHAT: Canvass Kickoff w/ Michelle & Rep. Roybal-Allard

WHERE: Santa Fe HQ, 2006 Botulph Rd, 2nd floor

WHEN: Saturday, October 27th at 2:15pm

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25 Oct

The Sun Is Out – Let’s Vote & GOTV!

You can find early voting sites here.

Then head to HQ at 2006 Botulph Road, Santa Fe to door knock or phone bank and get MORE voters to the polls. Sign up here for a shift or just show up. The office is open EVERY DAY through November 6th. There’s a friendly crew waiting to welcome you!


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23 Oct

Early Voting Resumes Today

You know what to do. Click here for the list of early voting sites.

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21 Oct

Canvass Today!

Today is a great day to go door knocking for Democrats!

Just go to 2006 Botulph Road, 2nd floor, Santa Fe, which is open EVERY DAY between now and Nov. 6 for phone banking and door knocking.

Click here for more info.

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17 Oct

Forum on Affordable Housing in Santa Fe

Please join us today, Wednesday, October 17, at 6 pm to look at solutions to the affordable housing shortage in Santa Fe. The forum will be held at the Center for Progress and Justice on 1420 Cerrillos Road, Santa Fe.


The 2016 City of Santa Fe Affordable Housing Plan identifies as many as 5,300 residents who are extremely cost burdened, meaning they pay more than 50 percent of their [usually quite low] incomes for housing. The proportion of affordable rental units is significantly lower than the number of families who need them (28% of units compared to 47% of renters). Our panel will discuss what we must do to assure that our residents have affordable places to live, that they are accessible to jobs, groceries, and other necessities, and that transportation options are available and reasonably priced.

Panelists include Senator Nancy Rodriguez (District 24), Chair of the Mortgage Finance Authority Act Oversight Committee; Renee Villareal, City Councilor (District 1), chair of the Community Development Commission and member of numerous Council committees; Alexandra Ladd, Special Projects Manager for the City of Santa Fe’s Office of Affordable Housing; Carol Luna-Anderson, Executive Director of The Life Link, a Santa Fe nonprofit offering permanent supportive housing to formerly homeless people; Kim Shanahan, Executive Officer of the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association; and Tomás Rivera of Chainbreaker Collective, a Santa Fe-based nonprofit that works to expand access to affordable transportation and support economically and environmentally sustainable communities for low-income people in Northern New Mexico.


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11 Oct


Voting has begun! Head to the County Clerk’s office at 102 Grant Avenue in Santa Fe for Absentee In-Person Voting. The office is open Monday through Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM. It will also be open for voting on Saturday, November 3, 10 AM – 6 PM, but not on any other Saturdays.

Early voting at the early voting sites runs October 20 – November 3. We’ll post those sites closer to the date.

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09 Oct


Today is the last day to register to vote in November’s midterm election. You can register or check your registration at or at the County Clerk’s office on 102 Grant Avenue, Santa Fe. Registration closes at 5 pm. Today is also the first day for absentee in-person voting, which extends through November 3, 8 am – 5 pm. This means you can go to the County Clerk’s office and fill out your ballot. You do not need to provide a reason to vote absentee in-person.

You can also vote absentee by mail. Submit your request as early as possible to ensure sufficient turnaround time. The last day the County Clerk can send out Absentee Ballots is Friday, November 2.  Click here to request an Absentee Ballot Application online or call the County Clerk’s office at 505-986-6280 for an application.

Early voting at convenience centers around Santa Fe County will be October 20 – November 3, 12 noon – 8 pm Tuesday through Friday, and 10 am – 6 pm Saturday (no early voting on Mondays). Here are the early voting sites:

  • Abedon Lopez Community Center – 155A Camino De Quintana, Santa Cruz
  • Christian Life Church – 121 Siringo Road, Santa Fe
  • Edgewood Elementary School – 285 Dinkle Road, Edgewood
  • Max Coll Corridor Community Center – 16 Avenida Torreon, Eldorado
  • Pojoaque County Satellite Office – 5 W. Gutierrez, Ste. 9, Pojoaque Pueblo Plaza
  • Santa Fe County Fair Building – 3229 Rodeo Road, Santa Fe

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