New Mexico absentee ballot requests count by party

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Election workers attend to voters at a makeshift polling station inside a parking garage in Santa Fe, N.M., on Tuesday, May 5, 2020. The arrangements by Santa Fe County Clerk Geraldine Salazar allow for greater social distancing and air circulation to guard against transmission of the coronavirus and avoids possible contamination of Santa Fe County government offices. Early in-person voting in New Mexico’s June 2 primary began as election authorities encourage absentee balloting by mail. (AP Photo/Morgan Lee)

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Hundreds of thousands of New Mexicans are requesting absentee ballots before the November election. New data Wednesday shows how many voters have requested an absentee ballot.

According to a news release, the New Mexico Secretary of State’s Office says they will be providing daily updates about absentee ballot requests across the state until October 6. After that, updates will reflect vote counts instead (absentee, early in-person, and Election Day). They also say vote counts will also be broken down by county and political parties.

The numbers are as of Wednesday morning, Sept. 30.

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