Contact:  Diane Wood dianewood.ccnm@gmail.com  or  505-379-9470

Every election year the nonpartisan organization Common Cause New Mexico (CCNM), works to help voters cast their vote freely by fielding a team of volunteers “poll watchers” to help answer voter questions, locate their poll and make sure their votes are counted.   CCNM is now recruiting volunteers from all over New Mexico.

Poll watchers are an integral part of CCNM Election Protection project. CCNM recruits lawyers, students and ordinary citizens from across the state organizing them to take part in our democracy and make sure it works for everyone.

After reviewing an informational packet, Poll Watchers will have answers to voters’ frequently asked questions and have the websites and toll free numbers to direct voters for additional assistance.

Ready to volunteer?  Email Diane Wood at dianewood.ccnm@gmail.com

Voter Registration Deadline: October 9, 2018

Register online at the NM Secretary of State website:


Toll Free Hot Lines for Voters’ Questions

1-866-Our-Vote (1-866-687-8683)

Spanish Language 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (1-888-839-8682)

Asian Voters 1-888-API-VOTE (1-888-274-8683)

Arabic Language 1-844-YALLA-US (1-844-925-5287)

About Election Protection New Mexico

Election Protection New Mexico is a nonpartisan project for the state of New Mexico.  This program seeks to ensure that every eligible voter who wants to vote can and that every vote is counted accurately. Election Protection NM is not affiliated with any party or candidate.

Additional questions about Election Protection NM?

contact:  Diane Wood, Voting Rights Director for Common Cause New Mexico

phone:  505-379-9470

email:  dianewood.ccnm@gmail.com


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