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(This important voter information from the League of Women Voters has been sent to you in the public’s interest and right to know by BernCo Neighborhood Coordination.)

 VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE UPCOMING ALBUQUERQUE MUNICIPAL ELECTION! 

Voters’ Guide to the 2017 Albuquerque Municipal Election

The League of Women Voters Voters’ Guide to the 2017 Albuquerque Municipal Election is available! The election will be held on Tuesday, October 3; you can register to vote until Tuesday, September 5; and early in person voting has started and will end September 29, Mondays through Fridays ONLY, between 9:00 am and 6:00 pm.

 

Copied below is a link to the website:

 

http://www.lwvabc.org/elections/index.html

 

Attached is the League of Women Voters Voters’ Guide in a pdf format. Please note the document is long and you may want to view the information on line.

 

About the League

The League of Women Voters of Central New Mexico is a nonpartisan organization that provides information about political issues and candidates for public office in order to promote greater responsibility and participation in government. Because the League is nonpartisan, it DOES NOT support or oppose any political party or candidate. It does publish and distribute factual information for citizens to use when preparing to vote.

About this Voters’ Guide

The information in this Voters’ Guide was obtained by means of questionnaires sent to all the candidates, except those who are unopposed. Their answers are printed exactly as received by the League. Because of space restrictions, candidates are limited to a specific number of words. Also, lists contained in responses are converted to normal paragraph form. All candidates are listed in the order they will appear on the October 3, 2017 ballot.

Disclaimer

The information in this Voters’ Guide has been carefully assembled and compiled to assure maximum accuracy. However, the LWVCNM and the LWVCNM Education Fund assume no responsibility either for correctness of all the information furnished to the League by candidates or other organizations or for errors or omissions. In instances where there is a question of potentially defamatory content, the League will defer to the opinion of counsel.

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