Election Day is Tuesday, Oct. 6
You have to bring a photo ID to the polls now. That means your passport, government badge, driver’s license, student ID, union card or basically anything that has both your picture and name and is official in some capacity. For a complete list, go to Common Cause New Mexico’s election protection website, counteveryvotenm.org.
To find out where to vote on Election Day, visit bernco.gov/wherevote.
If you’d like to download a list of polling locations, go to alibi.com/link/3289.
Download a sample ballot at alibi.com/link/3290.
If you have questions about voting, call the Albuquerque City Clerk’s Office at 768-3030.
Here’s a list of places where you can vote right now. Early voting ends on Friday, Oct. 2, at 5 p.m. Early voting locations are open Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Albuquerque / Bernalillo County Government Center
One Civic Plaza
City Clerk’s Office, Basement Level, Room B2041
City of Albuquerque Records Center
604 Menaul NW
APS City Center
6400 Uptown NE, Suite 101 West
5300 Sequoia NW, Suite G
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