The League of Women Voters of New Mexico has launched its statewide voter guide; it went live on Sept. 15. will provide information on national and statewide candidates, much of it in English and Spanish. This will be in addition to the League’s regular four area printed editions, which will be published later this month. The League successfully launched an earlier version of for the primary election in June.

“This is an ambitious project for us but aligns with our goals of providing excellent, non-partisan voter education and information about the election process,” said state LWV President Hannah Burling. “Now that many people are unfortunately voting by mail, we wanted to get pertinent information out to them as early as possible.”

“We have reached out to candidates all over the state. We have sent them questionnaires to provide voter information. We want this to be an easy-to-use way for voters to make good decisions about the candidates they want to support,” said Voter Services Chair Diane Goldfarb. 

“It is a user-friendly program. Just click on and enter your street address. And Vote411 will show you everything on your ballot, including all candidates plus explanations of constitutional amendments and state and county bond questions,” Goldfarb explained. is a free service provided by the League of Women Voters of New Mexico.

LWV Representatives are available for interviews and Zooms to explain this very crucial public service resource.

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