Sandoval County election guide

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Why aren’t all communities listed? The Town of Bernalillo and City of Rio Rancho hold local elections in March instead of November. All local elections appearing on ballots in November 2023 are included in our guide.

I’m a candidate but did not respond to your questionnaire. Can I still be included? All candidates for school board and local elections were emailed a voter guide questionnaire to the address listed in your filings. Simply return the questionnaire or reach out to to be included. Late responses can still be included online and in future reprints.

On Your ballot

Conservation Agency on the Local Ballot

Coronado Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) draws 5 candidates

Five candidates are competing for four supervisor positions in the Coronado Soil and Water Conservation District in Bernalillo. This district, founded in the 1930s to combat soil erosion, has gained renewed attention. Early voting began…

Farmland Preservation Bond on Nov. 7 Ballot

The Village of Corrales has already protected approximately 70 acres of Corrales farmland and open space by purchasing conservation easements with bond funds approved by Corrales voters. On Nov. 7, Corraleños will have an opportunity…

Corrales Bond Questions on the Ballot

Corrales voters will be asked three questions having to do with the village issuing General Obligation Bonds. Other questions pertain to the Central New Mexico Community College and the Southern Sandoval County Arroyo Flood Control…

Sandoval County School Bond Measures

On the November ballot, there are several bond questions relating to public schools throughout Sandoval County. Cuba Independent Public Schools Cuba Independent Schools district has a total of $6,500,000 in bond questions to support capital…