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* [http://www.cnjonline.com/opinion/voters-39921-county-curry.html Curry County Voters to decide judicial complex needs], [http://www.cnjonline.com/news/ballot-40242-justice-complex.html Criminal justice complex among issues on ballot]
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* [http://www.daily-times.com/ci_16518961 N.M. voters decide fate of bonds, amendments]
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* [http://www.currentargus.com/ci_17240929 Carlsbad Board members, bond on Tuesday's ballot]
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:: ''See also: [[School bond and tax elections in New Mexico]]''
 
:: ''See also: [[School bond and tax elections in New Mexico]]''
  
 
The New Mexico Constitution guarantees a debt limit and how bonds are issued for school districts. In New Mexico, a public school district can only seek new bonding for the purpose of capital improvements. School districts are limited to seeking bonds limited to six percent of the district's total valuation of property. Also, the New Mexico Constitution guarantees a 20 mill limit on public school districts.
 
The New Mexico Constitution guarantees a debt limit and how bonds are issued for school districts. In New Mexico, a public school district can only seek new bonding for the purpose of capital improvements. School districts are limited to seeking bonds limited to six percent of the district's total valuation of property. Also, the New Mexico Constitution guarantees a 20 mill limit on public school districts.
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* [[January 5, 2010 ballot measures in New Mexico|January 5]] • [[March 2, 2010 ballot measures in New Mexico|March 2]]
  
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* [[October 6, 2009 ballot measures in New Mexico|October 6]] • [[March 10, 2009 ballot measures in New Mexico|March 10]]
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[[Bernalillo County, New Mexico ballot measures|Bernalillo]] • [[Catron County, New Mexico ballot measures|Catron]] • [[Chaves County, New Mexico ballot measures|Chaves]] • [[Cibola County, New Mexico ballot measures|Cibola]] • [[Colfax County, New Mexico ballot measures|Colfax]] • [[Curry County, New Mexico ballot measures|Curry]] • [[De Baca County, New Mexico ballot measures|De Baca]] • [[Dona Ana County, New Mexico ballot measures|Dona Ana]] • [[Eddy County, New Mexico ballot measures|Eddy]] • [[Grant County, New Mexico ballot measures|Grant]] • [[Guadalupe County, New Mexico ballot measures|Guadalupe]] • [[Harding County, New Mexico ballot measures|Harding]] • [[Hidalgo County, New Mexico ballot measures|Hidalgo]] • [[Lea County, New Mexico ballot measures|Lea]] • [[Lincoln County, New Mexico ballot measures|Lincoln]] • [[Los Alamos County, New Mexico ballot measures|Los Alamos]] • [[Luna County, New Mexico ballot measures|Luna]] • [[McKinley County, New Mexico ballot measures|McKinley]] • [[Mora County, New Mexico ballot measures|Mora]] • [[Otero County, New Mexico ballot measures|Otero]] • [[Quay County, New Mexico ballot measures|Quay]] • [[Rio Arriba County, New Mexico ballot measures|Rio Arriba]] • [[Roosevelt County, New Mexico ballot measures|Roosevelt]] • [[San Juan County, New Mexico ballot measures|San Juan]] • [[San Miguel County, New Mexico ballot measures|San Miguel]] • [[Sandoval County, New Mexico ballot measures|Sandoval]] • [[Santa Fe County, New Mexico ballot measures|Santa Fe]] • [[Sierra County, New Mexico ballot measures|Sierra]] • [[Socorro County, New Mexico ballot measures|Socorro]] • [[Taos County, New Mexico ballot measures|Taos]] • [[Torrance County, New Mexico ballot measures|Torrance]] • [[Union County, New Mexico ballot measures|Union]] • [[Valencia County, New Mexico ballot measures|Valencia]]
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Revision as of 16:35, 2 February 2011

...more local news

School bond and tax votes

See also: School bond and tax elections in New Mexico

The New Mexico Constitution guarantees a debt limit and how bonds are issued for school districts. In New Mexico, a public school district can only seek new bonding for the purpose of capital improvements. School districts are limited to seeking bonds limited to six percent of the district's total valuation of property. Also, the New Mexico Constitution guarantees a 20 mill limit on public school districts.

Local elections

2010

2009

New Mexico counties

BernalilloCatronChavesCibolaColfaxCurryDe BacaDona AnaEddyGrantGuadalupeHardingHidalgoLeaLincolnLos AlamosLunaMcKinleyMoraOteroQuayRio ArribaRooseveltSan JuanSan MiguelSandovalSanta FeSierraSocorroTaosTorranceUnionValencia