Election day is Tuesday, Oct. 4, and you’ll have a chance to tell the city what you think about red-light cameras. Read all about the history of them in Albuquerque (and our take on them) in last week’s election guide.
The City Clerk’s making it easy on you this year. You don’t have to vote in one particular polling location. Instead, stop in at any of 49 vote centers around the city. Bring an ID with you. Not sure whether you’re registered? Check here or call the Bernalillo County Clerk's Office at 468-1291.
There are other issues on the ballot, too, like bonds. Tricky bond No. 12 ties $25 million for the Paseo and I-25 interchange to $25 million for a sportsplex.
Four City Council districts are up for grabs, though only two are contested.
District 2: Councilor Debbie O’Malley (unopposed)
District 4: Councilor Brad Winter vs. Bill Tallman
District 6: Councilor Rey Garduño (unopposed)
District 8: Councilor Trudy Jones vs. Greg Payne
Click on the links above to read what our endorsement panel thought of the candidates after we interviewed each in person.