New Mexico Governor: Links & Resources
Key sites for voting and election information, candidates' positions on the issues, state government links, campaign finance law guidelines and
more coverage of the race.
Secretary of State, Bureau of Elections
Capitol Building 420
Santa Fe, NM 87503
Mexico Bureau of Elections
The bureau of elections has a variety of election
and constitutional information from previous years, voter
information including an online registration option and
State of New Mexico
New Mexico's Web site has numerous links to government resources including the New Mexico Constitution, a list of agencies and government Web sites and the state's congressional delegation in Washington.
Office of the Governor
The official Web site of Gov. Gary E. Johnson (R) is full of links to federal, historical and political sites on the Web. State resources include the governor's staff phone and e-mail directory and a
list of state Cabinet members.
This site outlines the issues currently on the table in
the New Mexico legislature. The legislature's archives page allows visitors to find legislative information from its previous session and has a list of constitutional amendments with their opposing
The Albuquerque Journal's special Election '98 section features election coverage and commentary.
ElectNet New Mexico covers both Senate and gubernatorial elections with periodic updates and includes links to incumbent officials, candidates and other state political Web sites. ElectNet also features forums, interactive surveys, summary pages for all states holding elections this year and updates and background information on races in all 50 states.
New Mexico Government
Links from Project Vote Smart
Project Vote Smart, the flagship program of the non-partisan Center for National Independence in Politics, is a clearinghouse for information on more than 13,000 candidates, state and national elections and state offices. One of its key functions is an issues survey that allows users to look at a candidate's positions without wading through advertising or spin doctors. The site's New Mexico page includes links to official state pages, campaign contact information, biographical and contact information on members of the state legislature and links to voting information.