Preparing Export...

Menu
Auto Update:

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

Sandoval County Results
Sandoval County Results

United States Representative DISTRICT 1

Precincts Fully: 766 / 766
|
Partially: 0 / 766

MELANIE ANN STANSBURY

Democrat

27,428


MICHELLE GARCIA HOLMES

Republican

26,618


VICTORIA L GONZALES (write in)

Independent

13


total votes

54,059

United States Representative DISTRICT 3

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

ALEXIS MARTINEZ JOHNSON

Republican

1,887


TERESA LEGER FERNANDEZ

Democrat

4,600


total votes

6,487

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

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

KAREN EVETTE BEDONIE AND EFREN GALLARDO, JR

Libertarian

1,105


MARK V RONCHETTI AND ANT L THORNTON

Republican

29,336


MICHELLE LUJAN GRISHAM AND HOWIE C MORALES

Democrat

30,787


total votes

61,228

Secretary of State

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

MAGGIE TOULOUSE OLIVER

Democrat

32,251


AUDREY TRUJILLO

Republican

26,897


MAYNA ERIKA MYERS

Libertarian

1,608


total votes

60,756

Attorney General

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

RAÚL TORREZ

Democrat

32,420


JEREMY MICHAEL GAY

Republican

28,182


total votes

60,602

State Auditor

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

JOSEPH M MAESTAS

Democrat

33,894


TRAVIS STEVEN SANCHEZ

Libertarian

22,137


total votes

56,031

State Treasurer

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

HARRY B MONTOYA

Republican

28,873


LAURA M MONTOYA

Democrat

31,254


total votes

60,127

Commissioner of Public Lands

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

JEFFERSON L BYRD

Republican

27,999


STEPHANIE GARCIA RICHARD

Democrat

31,785


LARRY E MARKER (write in)

Independent

124


total votes

59,908

State Representative DISTRICT 23

Precincts Fully: 31 / 31
|
Partially: 0 / 31

ALAN T MARTINEZ

Republican

7,242


RAMON M MONTANO

Democrat

6,271


total votes

13,513

State Representative DISTRICT 41

Precincts Fully: 37 / 37
|
Partially: 0 / 37

SUSAN K HERRERA

Democrat

427


total votes

427

State Representative DISTRICT 43

Precincts Fully: 35 / 35
|
Partially: 0 / 35

CHRISTINE CHANDLER

Democrat

812


total votes

812

State Representative DISTRICT 44

Precincts Fully: 36 / 36
|
Partially: 0 / 36

JANE E POWDRELL-CULBERT

Republican

6,147


KATHLEEN M CATES

Democrat

6,394


total votes

12,541

State Representative DISTRICT 50

Precincts Fully: 39 / 39
|
Partially: 0 / 39

MATTHEW MCQUEEN

Democrat

3,010


total votes

3,010

State Representative DISTRICT 57

Precincts Fully: 29 / 29
|
Partially: 0 / 29

MICHELLE ELEANOR SANDOVAL

Democrat

5,654


JASON CARL HARPER

Republican

6,081


total votes

11,735

State Representative DISTRICT 60

Precincts Fully: 25 / 25
|
Partially: 0 / 25

JOSHUA NATHANIEL HERNANDEZ

Republican

7,358


total votes

7,358

State Representative DISTRICT 65

Precincts Fully: 29 / 29
|
Partially: 0 / 29

DERRICK J LENTE

Democrat

5,132


total votes

5,132

Justice of the Supreme Court

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

THOMAS C MONTOYA

Republican

29,438


JULIE J VARGAS

Democrat

30,572


total votes

60,010

Justice of the Supreme Court Position 2

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

KERRY J MORRIS

Republican

28,520


BRIANA H ZAMORA

Democrat

31,446


total votes

59,966

Judge of the Court of Appeals Position 1

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

BARBARA V JOHNSON

Republican

27,531


GERALD EDWARD BACA

Democrat

29,235


SOPHIE I COOPER

Libertarian

3,190


total votes

59,956

Judge of the Court of Appeals Position 2

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

KATHERINE ANNE WRAY

Democrat

29,361


STEPHEN P CURTIS

Libertarian

3,678


GERTRUDE LEE

Republican

26,753


total votes

59,792

Public Education Commissioner DISTRICT 5

Precincts Fully: 191 / 191
|
Partially: 0 / 191

SHARON CLAHCHISCHILLIAGE

Republican

541


total votes

541

District Court Judge THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT : DIVISION 09

Precincts Fully: 253 / 253
|
Partially: 0 / 253

ALLISON POOL MARTINEZ

Republican

29,922


KARL WILLIAM REIFSTECK

Democrat

29,552


total votes

59,474

Magistrate Judge - Sandoval DIVISION 1

Precincts Fully: 157 / 157
|
Partially: 0 / 157

ANN MARIE MAXWELL-CHAVEZ

Democrat

39,158


total votes

39,158

Magistrate Judge - Sandoval DIVISION 2

Precincts Fully: 157 / 157
|
Partially: 0 / 157

F KENNETH EICHWALD

Democrat

39,398


total votes

39,398

Magistrate Judge - Sandoval DIVISION 3

Precincts Fully: 157 / 157
|
Partially: 0 / 157

DELILAH M MONTANO-BACA

Democrat

38,736


total votes

38,736

County Commissioner by Commissioner District - Sandoval DISTRICT 1

Precincts Fully: 157 / 157
|
Partially: 0 / 157

KATHERINE A BRUCH

Democrat

8,865


JEANETTE M NOWERS CLARK

Republican

6,158


total votes

15,023

County Commissioner by Commissioner District - Sandoval DISTRICT 3

Precincts Fully: 157 / 157
|
Partially: 0 / 157

MICHAEL MEEK

Republican

7,635


GREGORY DEFOREST BENNETT

Democrat

6,534


total votes

14,169

County Sheriff

Precincts Fully: 157 / 157
|
Partially: 0 / 157

DARRELL K ELDER

Republican

28,025


JESSE JAMES CASAUS

Democrat

31,781


total votes

59,806

County Assessor

Precincts Fully: 157 / 157
|
Partially: 0 / 157

LINDA P GALLEGOS

Democrat

31,049


LAWRENCE D GRIEGO

Republican

28,609


total votes

59,658

Probate Judge

Precincts Fully: 157 / 157
|
Partially: 0 / 157

EDWARD WAYNE LOVATO

Democrat

38,812


total votes

38,812

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

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

Yes

35,018


No

17,097


total votes

52,115

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

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

Yes

33,790


No

17,799


total votes

51,589

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

41,366


No

17,642


total votes

59,008

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

36,966


No

20,795


total votes

57,761

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

39,975


No

17,249


total votes

57,224

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

36,758


No

19,789


total votes

56,547

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

34,516


No

21,698


total votes

56,214

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

32,900


No

23,175


total votes

56,075

General Obligation Library Bond : Shall Sandoval County, New Mexico, be authorized to issue its general obligation bonds, in one series or more, in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $1,885,000 for the purpose of planning, designing, upgrading, constructing, remodeling, furnishing, equipping, repairing and otherwise improving library facilities within Sandoval County, New Mexico, and purchasing books and other library resources for libraries within Sandoval County, New Mexico, said bonds to be payable from general (ad v - Sandoval

Precincts Fully: 157 / 157
|
Partially: 0 / 157

Yes

37,595


No

18,941


total votes

56,536

General Obligation Courthouse Bond : Shall Sandoval County, New Mexico, be authorized to issue its general obligation bonds, in one series or more, in an aggregate principal amount not exceeding $41,000,000 for the purpose of making additions required by law and other necessary additions to the County Courthouse, which will entail acquiring property, planning, designing, upgrading, constructing, remodeling, furnishing, equipping, and any other activities needed to complete those additions, said bonds to be payable from general (ad - Sandoval

Precincts Fully: 157 / 157
|
Partially: 0 / 157

Yes

27,538


No

28,307


total votes

55,845