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How Nonprofits Can Engage the People They Serve in Voting & Elections


Charitable nonprofits are trusted partners and well connected with community members. It is natural for us to promote civic engagement by encouraging people to participate in elections by voting.


501(c)(3) nonprofits cannot engage in partisan politics, but we can encourage civic engagement and provide information on the issues.

Voter Registration 501(c)(3) nonprofits can help eligible residents register to vote without bias to party affiliation.

  • Registration deadline: in-person: November 4, 2023

Starting January 1, 2024, New Mexico will have a permanent absentee ballot mailing list. People can join the permanent mail voting list by completing a paper or online application and submitting it to their county clerk.

Charitable nonprofits are trusted partners and well connected with community members. It is natural for us to promote civic engagement by encouraging people to participate in elections by voting.

Voter Education 501(c)(3) nonprofits can provide information about all candidates and ballot measures.

  • Vote 411: information by the League of Women Voters

Voter Engagement

Voting is a way for communities to help shape and change the systems that effect them every day. Nonprofits can and should encourage people to vote, without telling them how to vote.


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