Signature requirements for ballot measures in New Mexico
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Basis for calculation
New Mexico's signature requirements are based on the number of qualified voters in the last general election. There are no provisions for statutory initiatives or initiated constitutional amendments in the state of New Mexico. Citizen reform on government may only be exercised through the veto referendum.
- A total of 607,700 voters cast ballots in the 2010 elections.
- Signatures must be from 3/4 of the counties in New Mexico.
- Confirmed with New Mexico SOS via email on 01/28/2011
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