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Mayoral Early Voting Begins Wednesday

Mayoral Early Voting Begins Wednesday

There are 12 early voting locations.

Early voting began at 9 a.m. Wednesday in the Albuquerque mayoral and City Council elections. There are 12 early voting locations and they will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Sept. 13 to Sept. 29.

There are eight mayoral candidates. Five City Council seats are also on the ballot.

The regular election will be held on Tuesday, Oct. 3. Early voting is taking place at:

  • 98th and Central (Bernalillo County Rental), 120 98th NW, Suite A5
  • City of Albuquerque Records Center, 604 Menaul NW, 87107
  • Office of the City Clerk, 600 2nd NW, 87102
  • Alamosa Community Center, 6900 Gonzales SW, 87121
  • North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center, 7521 Carmel NE, 87113
  • Don Newton/Taylor Ranch Community Center, 4900 Kachina NW, 87120
  • Petroglyph Plaza, 8201 Golf Course NW, Suite D1, 87120
  • Cesar Chavez Community Center, 7505 Kathryn SE, 87108
  • Los Altos Plaza, 4200 Wyoming NE, 87111
  • Daskalos Plaza, 5339 Menaul NE, 87110
  • Caracol Plaza, 12500 Montgomery NE, 87111
  • Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center, 501 Elizabeth SE, 87123

To vote in a city election you will need a photo ID. Acceptable IDs include:

* Government-issued card containing the voter’s name and photo

* Driver’s license

* Student identification card

* Credit or debit card

* Insurance card

* Union membership card

* Professional association card

* City Clerk-issued identification

* Other membership cards with the voter’s name and photo

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