Maggie Toulouse Oliver

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Maggie Toulouse Oliver
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Former candidate for
New Mexico Secretary of State
Elections and appointments
Last electionNovember 4, 2014
Term limitsN/A
Prior offices
Bernalillo County Clerk
Bachelor'sUniversity of New Mexico
Master'sUniversity of New Mexico
Campaign website
Maggie Toulouse Oliver campaign logo
Maggie Toulouse Oliver was a Democratic candidate for New Mexico Secretary of State in the 2014 elections.[1] Maggie Toulouse Oliver lost the general election on November 4, 2014.


Toulouse Oliver has been the Bernalillo County Clerk since January 2007. She was appointed by the county commission to fill an unexpired term, and then won election to a four-year term in 2008. She was re-elected in November, 2012. Previously, Maggie was a political consultant and campaign organizer.[2]


  • Bachelor of Arts: University of New Mexico, political science and Spanish
  • Master of Arts: University of New Mexico, political science[2]



See also: New Mexico secretary of state election, 2014

Toulouse Oliver ran for election to the office of New Mexico Secretary of State. She was uncontested in the primary on June 3, 2014.[1] The general election took place November 4, 2014.


General election
Secretary of State of New Mexico, 2014
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Republican Green check mark transparent.pngDianna Duran Incumbent 51.6% 262,117
     Democratic Maggie Toulouse Oliver 48.4% 245,508
Total Votes 507,625
Election Results via New Mexico Secretary of State.


Toulouse Oliver earned endorsements from EMILY's List, the Women's Campaign Fund and Sen. Tom Udall (D) prior to the general election.[3]

Campaign themes

Toulouse Oliver's campaign website listed the following themes for the 2014 race:


As our next Secretary of State, Maggie will build on the progress she's made in Bernalillo County protecting our voting process and ensuring fairness in elections by bringing successful innovations that have made voting easier and more accessible to the rest of the state.

Maggie will have an open door and work with local officials to ensure that every county in New Mexico has the right voting systems in place to meet their own needs for conducting transparent and secure elections. Fair elections are too important to politicize and Maggie will bring much-needed, nonpartisan leadership to an office that has been overly political for far too long.

In office, Maggie will protect every eligible New Mexican’s right to vote, and supports strengthening access to the polls with same day voter registration, expansion of early voting hours and properly training poll workers to ensure no registered voter is ever turned away from the polls.


Creating jobs is New Mexico's number one priority and Maggie will embrace and enhance the Secretary's role in creating a online Corporations hub or portal that cuts the red tape for small business owners while streamlining delivery of essential services to help New Mexico's businesses thrive.

Maggie will strengthen our commitment to supporting local business owners by ensuring that all New Mexicans have access to the resources they need to plan, start and expand their operations.

Maggie has been a strong advocate of SB9, a recently passed state law creating a “One-Stop-Shop” Business Portal to cut red tape for local businesses. Upon assuming office, Maggie will work across agencies to ensure that law is implemented as quickly as possible. [4]

—Maggie Toulouse Oliver's campaign website, (2014) [5]

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Maggie lives in Albuquerque with her husband, Allan, and their two sons.[2]

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