Luna County Clerk Andrea Rodriguez said the Mimbres Valley Learning Center at 2300 East Pine will serve as an alternate early voting site for the General Election beginning this Saturday, October 18th.
Rodriguez said the voting schedule at the Mimbres Valley Learning Center will be Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Voting will not be conducted at the Mimbres Valley Learning Center on Sunday or Monday.
And the last day for early voting at either the learning center or the clerk’s office is Saturday, November 1st.
Voters also may request an application and absentee ballot be mailed to them.
The last day the clerk may mail an absentee ballot to an applicant is Friday, October 31st.
For more information, call the county clerk’s office at 546-0491.
Contested local races on the general election ballot include Sheriff, County Commission Districts One and Two, Magistrate Judge and State Representative District 32.
Two of the races – Sheriff and County Commission District 2 – are without incumbents.
The race for Luna County Sheriff pits Republican Robert Santana against Democrat John Mooradian. Incumbent Sheriff Raymond Cobos was ineligible to run again because of term limits.
And the race for County Commission District 2 pits Republican Linda Smrkovsky against Democrat Debra French. Incumbent Commissioner Jay Spivey was defeated by Smrkovsky in the primary election.
Then County Commission District 1 incumbent Democrat Joe “Oleo” Milo is being challenged by Republican Edward Khanbabian.
Challenging Magistrate Judge incumbent Democrat Ray Baese is Republican Leeanna Rossi.
And State Representative District 32 incumbent Democrat Dona Irwin is being challenged by Republican Tom Bill Black.
Also, incumbent County Assessor Democrat Delilah Orquiz Rojo and incumbent Probate Judge Republican Delia Perez are running unopposed for second terms.