Make a Difference: VOTE

Primary Election: June 4, 2024
General Election: Nov. 5, 2024


Register to vote through May 7

Register online with the Secretary of State (CLICK HERE) or in person at the County Clerk’s Office.


After May 7: You’re not too late

You may go to a polling location on Election Day June 4 or during early voting May 7 – June 1, and register then and there. Take a photo ID showing your address plus either a photo ID and a bill or document showing your name and address or a student ID and current school financial statement. CLICK HERE.


You CAN vote in the primary

Several local offices are contested only in the Democratic primary. If you aren’t registered as a Democrat and want to make your voice heard, you can re-register as a Democrat when you go to vote. In New Mexico voters can only vote in a primary if they are registered with that party. You can change your major party registration online or in person until May 7. You can also change at a polling place from May 7 to election day if you are registered with a minor party or declined to state. Make your voice heard! CLICK HERE.


Get an absentee ballot

If military service, disability, travel, etc. prohibits you from voting at the polls, or if you’d just prefer to vote by mail, you may request an absentee ballot up until May 21 and return it by mail or at an official drop station.

  • You may request an absentee ballot by clicking here. CLICK HERE 
  • Or call the County Clerk’s office at 505-986-6280 to request an application.


Absentee ballots must be returned to the County Clerk’s Office or any Election Day polling location no later than 7 p.m. June 4 Election Day. Mail before May 28; after deposit in a drop box. You can track your absentee ballot: CLICK HERE


Where do I vote?

For list of Santa Fe County polling locations, CLICK HERE


When can I vote?


May 7-June 1: early voting at Clerk’s Office, 100 Catron St., Monday-Friday, 8 a.m- 5 p.m.*

*Open one Saturday only: June 1, 10 a.m.6 p.m.


May 18-June 1: voting at 9 additional sites, 

Saturdays, 10 a.m.- 6 p.m., Tuesday-Friday, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Election day: June 4

Who’s running?

List of Santa Fe County contested races. CLICK HERE

See a sample ballot for your district. CLICK HERE

Where does the Democratic Party stand on the issues?

The Democratic Party stands for working families

Good jobs Affordable health care
Childcare Clean air and water
Community safety Affordable housing
Equity Reproductive rights

Read issues Santa Fe voters raise and DPSFC’s response. CLICK HERE


What’s my ward?   CLICK HERE

Results from Nov. 7, 2023, Elections 2023 CLICK HERE

Most recent Santa Fe County November 7, 2023, election results: CLICK HERE

Am I registered to vote?  Check your registration online:

How secure is my vote?

  • Paper ballots help make New Mexico votes secure: CLICK HERE

More Resources

  • New Mexico Secretary of State Voting and Elections Page: CLICK HERE
  • Santa Fe County General Information: CLICK HERE
  • New Mexico Election HandbookCLICK HERE