Information about Albuquerque City elections.
City elections are your opportunity to affect the future of our City. The Office of the City Clerk is responsible for providing fair and impartial municipal elections.
On Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013 ,the City will hold its Regular Municipal Election. Albuquerque voters will elect a Mayor and councilors for the five odd-numbered council districts, plus District 2, along with any Bonds, Propositions or Questions placed on the ballot.
Poll Officials Needed
The Office of the City Clerk is seeking election workers and people with computer skills to serve as poll officials for the October election.
In September 2013, we will have opportunities for seasonal employment in the Early Voting Locations and for Election Day, on Oct. 8.
Interested? Email us email@example.com or call (505) 768-4546.
About City Elections
The City Clerk conducts City elections each odd numbered year. Municipal Elections are governed by State Statutes, the City Charter Articles II, III, XIII and XVI and City Ordinances Section 2-4-1, et seq.
Mayor Richard J. Berry was elected on Oct. 6, 2009, along with the councilors for the five odd numbered City Council districts.
The four even numbered City Council districts elected councilors on Oct. 4, 2011.