Toll-free numbers and websites are available to help aid voters

Posted by Viki Harrison on October 31, 2016


Common Cause New Mexico is working to ensure that no one faces voter intimidation or suppression tactics at the polls.

We have nonpartisan volunteer poll watchers who will be on hand Election Day to answer voter questions and observe the goingson at polling locations.

In addition several toll-free numbers have been set up to help voters who might have questions or who experience problems or irregularities when casting their ballots.

If you feel intimidated at the polls, follow these 3 steps. 1) Do not engage. 2) Go inside & vote. 3) Call 1-866-Our-Vote or any of the bilingual numbers below:

866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683) – English - Led by the Lawyers’ Committee

888-Ve-Y-VOTA (888-839-8682) – Bilingual: English & Spanish - Led by NALEO Education Fund

888-API-VOTE (888-274-8683) – Bilingual: English, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Bengali, Urdu and Tagalog - Led by APIAVote and Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAJC) 

#YallaVote 844-418-1682 – Bilingual: English and Arabic - Led by the Arab American Institute

The Disability Resource Center 1-800-432-4682

You can also visit http://www.866ourvote.org for tips and answers voting to FAQs.

To check your registration status and find your polling place, visit:

The New Mexico Secretary of State Website: https://voterview.state.nm.us

Or visit: www.vote411.org

Office: Common Cause National, Common Cause New Mexico

Issues: Voting and Elections, Voting and Elections

Tags: Access to Voting , Count Every Vote New Mexico, Protect The Vote, Voting Rights

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