Updating new mexico voter cards
If you are registering for the first time in New Mexico and you submit the registration form by mail, then you must submit with the form a copy of (1) a current and valid photo identification; or (2) a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, student identification card or other government document, including identification issued by an Indian nation, tribe or pueblo that shows your name and current address.
If you do not submit one of these forms of identification with your mailed-in, first time registration, then you will be required to present one of the forms of identification when voting in person or absentee.
Everyone cares for a loved one at some point in their lives.
The failure of laws in the United States to both support family caregiving and recognize the rich variety of families is a major shortcoming.
This two-page document shares key findings and action items that New Mexico decision makers can take to secure reproductive justice in New Mexico.
Throughout the legislative process, Strong Families New Mexico (SFNM), along with our community leaders and partner organizations, engages in the process to make sure the voices of our families and communities count.
We organize roundtables in communities where decision makers, organizations and families can come together to share their stories, offer ideas for change, and create solutions in collaboration with one another.
Requirements for first-time voters Check out our calendar of upcoming election dates in voter ID states.La participación cívica significa el poder involucrar a personas cotidianas en decisiones que impactan a nuestras familias y comunidades.La temporada electoral es un tiempo importante para poder alzar la voz y participar en los diferentes aspectos electorales sin importar nuestro estatus de ciudadanía o la habilidad de poder votar.Recent research about attitudes of rural New Mexicans breaks down those assumptions.This resource summarizes the rural research conducted by Strong Families New Mexico, a program of Forward Together.