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Santa Fe County Clerk News and Announcements
Santa Fe County Clerk’s Office Starts Democracy101 Events Ahead of 2024 Elections
Katharine Clark, the Santa Fe County Clerk, is pleased to continue the #Democracy101 program aimed at increasing youth voter excitement and participation in Santa Fe County ahead of the 2024 Primary and General Elections. The program, which returned to Early College Opportunities High School on February 23rd, focuses on educating high school students about the voting process in New Mexico.
Santa Fe County Clerk Clark Selected to Attend the NM Local Government Leadership Program
Santa Fe County Clerk, Katharine E. Clark, has been chosen as a member of an esteemed class of municipal and local leaders across New Mexico to participate in the Local Government Leadership Program. Organized by Leadership New Mexico in partnership with New Mexico Counties, the New Mexico Municipal League, and the New Mexico School Boards Association, this program aims to empower leaders with the skills and knowledge necessary for effective public service.
Clerk Katharine Clark Reflects on 2024 Legislative Successes
2024 was a productive session at the Roundhouse. Despite being only a 30-day session, several important bills made their way through both houses and onto the Governor’s desk.
2024 Election Proclamation - English
View the English version of the 2024 Proclamation, showcasing all races will appear on the ballot in Santa Fe County for the 2024 Primary and General Elections.
2024 Election Proclamation - Spanish
Consulta la versión en español de la Proclamación de 2024, que muestra que todas las razas aparecerán en la boleta electoral en el Condado de Santa Fe para las Elecciones Primarias y Generales de 2024.
Board of County Commissioners Approves Santa Fe County Election Results
The County canvass for the 2023 Regular Local Election received unanimous approval from the Commissioners, with a vote of 5-0.
Santa Fe County Clerk Katharine E. Clark Announces Record-Breaking Turnout and Efficient Voting as Polls Remain Open for Regular Local Election
As the Regular Local Election heads into its final hours, Santa Fe County Clerk Katharine E. Clark is reporting unprecedented absentee ballot returns and robust early voting figures that are outpacing the rest of the state. Polling locations are open until 7:00 PM, with voters still able to register and vote at any polling place today.
Clarifying Instructions for Submitting your Absentee Ballot
After recent changes in legislation affecting absentee ballots, there are new instructions voters must follow to ensure their ballots are counted for the 2023 Regular Local Election.
Santa Fe County Clerk Katharine E. Clark Urges Voters to Drop, Not Mail, Their Absentee Ballots
With Election Day fast approaching, Santa Fe County Clerk Katharine E. Clark is urging voters to drop, not mail, their absentee ballots at designated locations. This important advisory comes as part of an effort to ensure that all absentee ballots are counted and to educate voters on recent changes in legislation affecting the absentee voting process.
County Clerk Katharine E. Clark Announces Expanded Early Voting
After two weeks of voting at the Clerk’s Office, voting has expanded to several additional locations throughout Santa Fe County. These are Voting Convenience Centers, meaning that as long as a voter lives in Santa Fe County, they are eligible to vote at any of these sites.