LAS CRUCES, NM – Voter turnout for the 2023 Regular Local Election in Doña Ana County was approximately 18.3%, or 22,389 voters. This is higher than the turnout for the last municipal election in 2021, which had approximately 11.8%, or 14,440 voters, County Clerk Amanda López Askin announced Wednesday.
“We are very pleased with the stronger voter turnout. Our office is always working on engaging voters, and we hope that the upward trend in voter turnout will reinforce the importance of regular local elections,” said County Clerk Amanda López Askin.
Unofficial results for Doña Ana County will be available on the New Mexico Secretary of State’s website: https://electionresults.sos.state.nm.us/resultsSW.aspx?type=CTYALL&map=CTY&cty=07&name=Do%C3%B1a%20Ana
You can also visit www.NMVote.org to see election results throughout the state.
Results will be certified by the board of County Commissioners next week and then by the New Mexico Secretary of State’s Office later in November.
For more information regarding elections in Doña Ana County, please visit www.dacelections.com. For additional information about other services provided by the Clerk’s Office, please go to: www.donaanacounty.org/clerk.
* These results are unofficial and remain unofficial results until state canvass has been completed and certified. These totals do not include provisional ballots or ballots that need hand tallying.