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Unofficial Results

2022 General November 8, 2022

Results last updated:11/18/2022 2:52 PM MT
52.38%
52.38%

Ballots Cast714,797
Registered Voters1,364,559

100%
100%

Fully2163
Total2163

Union County Results
Union County Results

United States Representative DISTRICT 3

Precincts Fully: 747 / 747
|
Partially: 0 / 747

ALEXIS MARTINEZ JOHNSON

Republican

1,080


TERESA LEGER FERNANDEZ

Democrat

381


total votes

1,461

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

KAREN EVETTE BEDONIE AND EFREN GALLARDO, JR

Libertarian

71


MARK V RONCHETTI AND ANT L THORNTON

Republican

1,101


MICHELLE LUJAN GRISHAM AND HOWIE C MORALES

Democrat

328


total votes

1,500

Secretary of State

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

MAGGIE TOULOUSE OLIVER

Democrat

341


AUDREY TRUJILLO

Republican

1,067


MAYNA ERIKA MYERS

Libertarian

54


total votes

1,462

Attorney General

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

RAÚL TORREZ

Democrat

363


JEREMY MICHAEL GAY

Republican

1,086


total votes

1,449

State Auditor

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

JOSEPH M MAESTAS

Democrat

429


TRAVIS STEVEN SANCHEZ

Libertarian

823


total votes

1,252

State Treasurer

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

HARRY B MONTOYA

Republican

1,086


LAURA M MONTOYA

Democrat

366


total votes

1,452

Commissioner of Public Lands

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

JEFFERSON L BYRD

Republican

1,090


STEPHANIE GARCIA RICHARD

Democrat

347


LARRY E MARKER (write in)

Independent

4


total votes

1,441

State Representative DISTRICT 67

Precincts Fully: 50 / 50
|
Partially: 0 / 50

JACKEY O CHATFIELD

Republican

1,234


total votes

1,234

Justice of the Supreme Court

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

THOMAS C MONTOYA

Republican

1,132


JULIE J VARGAS

Democrat

310


total votes

1,442

Justice of the Supreme Court Position 2

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

KERRY J MORRIS

Republican

1,097


BRIANA H ZAMORA

Democrat

341


total votes

1,438

Judge of the Court of Appeals Position 1

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

BARBARA V JOHNSON

Republican

1,051


GERALD EDWARD BACA

Democrat

313


SOPHIE I COOPER

Libertarian

81


total votes

1,445

Judge of the Court of Appeals Position 2

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

KATHERINE ANNE WRAY

Democrat

314


STEPHEN P CURTIS

Libertarian

112


GERTRUDE LEE

Republican

1,000


total votes

1,426

Magistrate Judge - Union MAGISTRATE

Precincts Fully: 6 / 6
|
Partially: 0 / 6

RHONDA RAEL ARAGON

Democrat

212


MARY LOUISE HARKINS

Independent

1,017


ERIC M HOOPER

Republican

281


total votes

1,510

County Commissioner At Large Position 1

Precincts Fully: 6 / 6
|
Partially: 0 / 6

LLOYD W MILLER

Republican

884


JOE ALLEN REESER

Independent

554


total votes

1,438

County Commissioner At Large Position 2

Precincts Fully: 6 / 6
|
Partially: 0 / 6

CLAYTON F KIESLING

Republican

1,300


total votes

1,300

County Commissioner At Large Position 3

Precincts Fully: 6 / 6
|
Partially: 0 / 6

FRANKIE J ARAGON

Democrat

477


WEATHERLY CARR VINCENT

Republican

1,009


total votes

1,486

County Sheriff

Precincts Fully: 6 / 6
|
Partially: 0 / 6

CURTIS SKAGGS

Republican

1,350


total votes

1,350

County Assessor

Precincts Fully: 6 / 6
|
Partially: 0 / 6

HOLLIE S SANDOVAL

Republican

1,316


total votes

1,316

Probate Judge

Precincts Fully: 6 / 6
|
Partially: 0 / 6

ALI R ALSUP

Democrat

980


total votes

980

JUDICIAL RETENTION: Shall MICHAEL E VIGIL be retained as Justice of the Supreme Court Position 1?

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

Yes

705


No

549


total votes

1,254

JUDICIAL RETENTION: Shall JANE B YOHALEM be retained as Judge of the Court of Appeals?

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

Yes

663


No

572


total votes

1,235

Constitutional Amendment 1: Proposing an amendment to Article 12, Section 7 of the Constitution of New Mexico to provide for additional annual distributions of the permanent school fund for enhanced instruction for students at risk of failure, extending the school year, teacher compensation and early childhood education; requiring congressional approval for distributions for early childhood education.

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

Yes

679


No

695


total votes

1,374

Constitutional Amendment 2: Proposing to amend Article 9, Section 14 of the constitution of New Mexico to allow public investment to provide access to essential household services, including internet, energy, water, wastewater and other similar services as provided by law, upon the enactment of general implementing legislation by a majority vote of the members elected to each house of the Legislature.

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

Yes

564


No

760


total votes

1,324

Constitutional Amendment 3: Proposing to amend Article 6, Section 35 of the Constitution of New Mexico to provide that an appointed judge serve at least one year before a general election is held for the office to which the judge was appointed.

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

Yes

698


No

629


total votes

1,327

Bond Question 1: The 2022 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act authorizes the issuance and sale of senior citizen facility improvement, construction and equipment acquisition bonds. Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed twenty-four million four hundred seventy thousand dollars ($24,470,000) to make capital expenditures for certain senior citizen facility improvement, construction and equipment acquisition projects and provide for a general property tax

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

Yes

663


No

679


total votes

1,342

Bond Question 2: The 2022 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act authorizes the issuance and sale of library acquisition bonds. Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed nineteen million two hundred sixty-six thousand dollars ($19,266,000) to make capital expenditures for academic, public school, tribal and public library resource acquisitions and provide for a general property tax imposition and levy for the payment of principal of, interest on and expenses

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

Yes

564


No

762


total votes

1,326

Bond Question 3: The 2022 Capital Projects General Obligation Bond Act authorizes the issuance and sale of higher education, special schools and tribal schools capital improvement and acquisition bonds. Shall the state be authorized to issue general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed two hundred fifteen million nine hundred eighty-six thousand dollars ($215,986,000) to make capital expenditures for certain higher education, special schools and tribal schools capital improvements and acquisitions and pro

Precincts Fully: 2163 / 2163
|
Partially: 0 / 2163

Yes

516


No

820


total votes

1,336