Observers Needed for Early, Election Day & Absentee Voting

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Map of New Mexico highlighting Bernalillo County

Map of New Mexico highlighting Bernalillo County (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

The Weh for Senate campaign will be placing trained volunteers to observe the voting process for Early Voting, Election Day, and absentee warehouse.

 

This is a statewide effort, not just Bernalillo county. Republicans from other counties can come for training, then train others in their home counties. Remember each challenger must be a registered voter and be credentialed by their county chairman.

 

Questions? We will hold a general information meeting Thursday, October 2, 6.30pm-7.30pm and another Saturday, October 4, 11am-12noon at the Weh Campaign office, located at 6300 San Mateo Blvd NE (Far North Shopping Center)
Suite C4 (next to PetCo & Sprouts) . Please invite your like-minded GOP friends & family. (training sessions to be held on later dates)
2 Important dates –

 

October 18 – EARLY VOTING begins (statewide)

 

November 4 – ELECTION DAY
Please remember by being a challenger you are protecting the election process and helping all candidates, not just one race. You do make a difference.

 

Time is of the essence! Please text, call, or email asap to let me know which mtg you plan to attend.
Thank you.

 

God bless America!
Lyn Ott

505.220.4762

 

nmpecosjill@yahoo.com

Early Voting Started Today (10/16/10)

 

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That’s right and I don’t know how many of you have really studied the candidates, bonds issues and constitutional amendments which are on the ballots, but we’ll provide non-partisan information from the New Mexico League of Women Voters (The League) on all the forgoing in the hope that you’ll take the time to educate yourself on the candidates and issues … along with any special information voters should know.  The following information was obtained directly from The League’s state website.  It has links to other League web site in other areas of the state.  The  information is © (copyrighted)  but since I derive no payment for this posting and it is posted for non-partisan education,  I’m sure I’ll escape any retribution.  You can click on the link in the narrative below to access information from the The League’s statewide site or follow any of the  bulleted sites below the narrative.  Thanks and a flap of the cap to The League.

Voters Guide Are Online Now:

For information about candidates, bond issues, and proposed constitutional amendments, visit the Voters’ Guide to State Offices and Ballot Issues. The various Local Leagues have Voters’ Guides that cover their areas’ candidates and ballot issues, as follows:

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