New Mexico 2010 ballot measures
Nine statewide ballot questions were approved for the November 2, 2010 ballot in the state of New Mexico.
- Five measures on the ballot were legislatively-referred constitutional amendments.
- Four measures on the ballot were general obligation bond questions.
- New Mexico Legislature ended session on February 18, 2010, at which time legislature could not refer anymore measures to the ballot.
- Two statewide measures dealt with veterans in the state.
On the ballot
|Amendment 1||Veterans||Permit the Establishment of a College Scholarship Program for New Mexico Military War Veterans||
|Amendment 2||Term limits||Extend term limits to New Mexico county officials||
|Amendment 3||Elections and campaigns||Adopts federal requirements to vote, subject to state residency/registration requirements.||
|Amendment 4||Taxes||Exempts veterans' organization chartered by the United States Congress from property taxation.||
|Amendment 5||State legislatures||Appointment of former members of the legislature to civil offices in the State.||
|LRSS||Bond Question A||Bond issues||General obligation bonds for for senior citizen facility improvements.||
|LRSS||Bond Question B||Bond issues||General obligation bonds for library acquisitions and capital improvements at public libraries.||
|LRSS||Bond Question C||Bond issues||General obligation bonds for public school facility improvements acquisitions.||
|LRSS||Bond Question D||Bond issues||General obligation bonds for capital improvements at institutions of higher education.||
Not on the ballot
The following measures were not on the ballot:
|Health Care Freedom Act||Health care||Bar any regulations that force residents to participate in a health-care system.|
|Term Limit Increase||Admin. of gov't||Allow officials in state counties to run for three consecutive terms|
Local ballot measures
- 2010 ballot measures
- Laws governing ballot measures in New Mexico
- History of Initiative & Referendum in New Mexico
- Laws governing citizen grand juries in New Mexico
- New Mexico signature requirements
State of New Mexico
Santa Fe (capital)
|State executive officers||
Governor | Lieutenant Governor | Attorney General | Secretary of State | Treasurer | State Auditor | Secretary of Education | Superintendent of Insurance | Secretary of Agriculture | Secretary of Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources | Secretary of Workforce Solutions | Chairman of Public Regulation Commission |