Poll Workers Needed for 2022 General Election

Interested in helping our democracy and becoming a poll worker in New Mexico for the General Election in November? 

 

National Recognition for New Mexico's Election Administration

Check out the most recent Election Performance Index 

Over the last few years, New Mexico has been steadily rising in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Election Performance Index. We’re proud to say we’re now in the top 10! New Mexico scores well on having robust voter information tools for voters, using post-election audits, efficient absentee balloting, having below average wait times at polls, and in a number of other categories.

 

 

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

In order to provide the best service possible and faster processing for our customers at the Secretary of State’s Office, our walk-in services for Business Services customers will be limited to Mondays through Thursdays. We look forward to serving you and please contact us with any questions.

Meet the New Mexico Secretary of State

Maggie Toulouse Oliver

 

Job Opportunities at the New Mexico Secretary of State’s Office

The New Mexico Secretary of State’s Office can’t function without great employees. We’re always on the lookout for talented, passionate people to join us. Employment with the New Mexico Secretary of State’s Office represents more than just a job – it’s an opportunity to make a difference and improve your state. Discover job opportunities by clicking on the Jobs link below and apply using the Apply button which takes you to the State Personnel Website.

Election Division Updates

Voter Data Information


2022 Primary Election Recount Official Results


Green Party of New Mexico – Minor Party Qualification


Online Voter Guide produced by the League of Women Voters

Business Services Division Updates

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS: BUSINESS FILING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT PROJECT
-NOTICE-

Request for Proposal Number: 20-37000-21-00002

TITLE: BUSINESS FILING SYSTEM REPLACEMENT

Click HERE for more information


Important Notice

Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA) is effective on January 1, 2022.

This change in law impacts every current and future commissioned notary public.

All notarial officers will be required to get new official stamps to meet new legal requirements, keep a mandatory journal of notarial acts, and pass a training examination before being recommissioned.

The new law also provides for notarial officers to apply with the Secretary of State to become authorized to perform remote online notarizations.

RULONA Statute

12.9.3 NMAC – Notarial Procedures

12.9.4 NMAC – Notarial Procedures REMOTE ONLINE

RULONA FAQs

Online Training Course

RULONA Notary Handbook

Updated Forms

Approved Remote Online Notary System Providers

Voting Information

Welcome to your one-stop shop for voting information!

Register to Vote

Register to vote or update your current voter registration Information.

Find My Registration & Election Information

View your voter registration information, voting location, sample ballot, absentee application and ballot status and your county clerk contact information.

Find a Voter Registration Agent

Find a list of voter registration agents near you.

Search Voting Location Data

Enter a street number and zip code to find the closest voting locations near you.

Business Services

Visit our one-stop shop for Business Services. You can use this site to:

Online Business Services

The Secretary of State is pleased to offer many of its services online. You can search public business information, E-File corporate and partnership reports… read more

Start a Business

All corporations, LLCs, and Partnerships must first register with the Secretary of State. You can register LLCs online, but partnerships and corporations registration forms must be completed… read more

Business Maintenance

File reports and amendments, change your registered agent, obtain certificates and suspend or close your business and more.

 

Resources

Access pages to NM State statutes, organizations and resources helpful in understanding requirements & helpful tips to conducting business in New Mexico.

Upcoming Elections

General Election: November 8, 2022

Quick Contact Information


Mailing & Physical Address
New Mexico Capitol Annex North
325 Don Gaspar, Suite 300
Santa Fe, NM 87501

Hours of Operation
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Monday through Friday

Toll Free : 1-800-477-3632

Business Services Division
Phone 505-827-3600 (Option 1)
Fax 505-827-4387
Email Business.Services@state.nm.us

Bureau of Elections
Phone: 505-827-3600 (Option 2)
Email: Sos.elections@state.nm.us

Ethics Division
Phone: 505-827-3600 (Option 2)
Email: Sos.ethics@state.nm.us

Receptionist
Phone 505-827-3600 (Option 3)