Friday, September 9, 2011

Vote on October 4th!

A Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, October 4, 2011. This Municipal Election will fill the City Council positions from the even-numbered districts - 2, 4, 6, and 8. Voters will also be voting on eleven municipal bond issues, a gross receipt tax revenue bond to finance ABQ the Plan projects and a Red Light proposition question.

Qualified registered voters within the City limits are eligible to vote in this election. All eligible voters can vote on the municipal bond issues and on the other ballot propositions. If you live in an even-numbered district you will also be eligible to vote for a City Council candidate from your district.

Pick up your League of Women Voters Guide at any library branch! There will also be a PDF of the Voters Guide  available at a later date from the League of Women Voters of Central New Mexico website.

***Vote early through absentee ballot or, starting September 14th, at early voting locations 
***Polling places have changed, so, if you intend to vote on October 4th, be sure to review the list of voting centers.  This year you can vote at Cherry Hills Library, Erna Fergusson Library, or Lomas Tramway Library!

***City resident but not registered? September 6th was the deadline to register to vote in this election.

***Check the County Clerk's website for bureau of elections information & to find out how to become a poll official.

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