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How and where to vote in Albuquerque

Election Day is on Nov. 7 and knowing where and how to cast your ballot is just as important as knowing who you’re casting that ballot for. There are three major ways to vote – through an absentee ballot (also known as mail-in ballot), voting on Election Day or voting early. Absentee ballots in New Mexico require an application to state where the ballot should be sent. The last day to request an absentee ballot is Oct. 24. Past that, your civic duty must be performed in person. With an absentee ballot, it must be filled out as you would at a polling location, then mailed or hand-delivered to your county clerk’s office. The locations to vote in-person are different if you are voting early or on Election Day. There are 72 election voting convenience centers (VCCs), ranging from shopping centers to schools to plazas, but only 20 VVCs are open for early voting.

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