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Statewide Offices & Questions

Justice of the Supreme Court Position 1

Precincts Fully: 1925 / 1925
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Partially: 0 / 1925

NED S FULLER

Republican

394,595


SHANNON BACON

Democrat

495,759


total votes

890,354

Justice of the Supreme Court Position 2

Precincts Fully: 1925 / 1925
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Partially: 0 / 1925

KERRY J MORRIS

Republican

406,791


DAVID K THOMSON

Democrat

480,507


total votes

887,298

Judge of the Court of Appeals Position 1

Precincts Fully: 1925 / 1925
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Partially: 0 / 1925

BARBARA V JOHNSON

Republican

419,927


ZACH IVES

Democrat

464,043


total votes

883,970

Judge of the Court of Appeals Position 2

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STEPHEN P CURTIS

Libertarian

62,547


SHAMMARA H HENDERSON

Democrat

450,566


GERTRUDE LEE

Republican

370,778


total votes

883,891

Judge of the Court of Appeals Position 3

Precincts Fully: 1925 / 1925
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Partially: 0 / 1925

THOMAS C MONTOYA

Republican

424,153


JANE B YOHALEM

Democrat

456,645


total votes

880,798

JUDICIAL RETENTION: Shall JACQUELINE R MEDINA be retained as Judge of the Court of Appeals?

Precincts Fully: 1925 / 1925
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Partially: 0 / 1925

Yes

540,619


No

199,217


total votes

739,836

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 1: Proposing to amend the Constitution of New Mexico to provide that the Public Regulation Commission consist of three members appointed by the Governor from a list of professionally qualified nominees submitted to the Governor by a nominating committee as provided by law and that the commission is required to regulate public utilities and may be required to regulate other public service companies.

Precincts Fully: 1925 / 1925
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Partially: 0 / 1925

Yes

445,655


No

355,471


total votes

801,126

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT 2: Proposing to amend article 20, section 3 of the Constitution of New Mexico to permit the adjustment by law of terms of non-statewide elected officers and to standardize the date an officer begins to serve.

Precincts Fully: 1925 / 1925
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Partially: 0 / 1925

Yes

503,308


No

277,744


total votes

781,052

BOND QUESTION A: The 2020 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 thirty-three million two hundred ninety-two thousand one hundred forty-one dollars ($33,292,141) to make capital expenditures for certain senior citizen facility improvement, construction and equipment acquisition projects and provide f

Precincts Fully: 1925 / 1925
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Partially: 0 / 1925

Yes

550,541


No

257,888


total votes

808,429

BOND QUESTION B: The 2020 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 nine million seven hundred fifty-one thousand four hundred thirty-three dollars ($9,751,433) 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, i

Precincts Fully: 1925 / 1925
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Partially: 0 / 1925

Yes

535,150


No

272,681


total votes

807,831

BOND QUESTION C: The 2020 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 one hundred fifty-six million three hundred fifty-eight thousand four hundred seventy-five dollars ($156,358,475) to make capital expenditures for certain higher education, special schools and tribal schools capital improve

Precincts Fully: 1925 / 1925
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Partially: 0 / 1925

Yes

526,350


No

284,426


total votes

810,776