NEW MEXICO 5 Electoral Votes
Population 
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, New Mexico Secretary of State)
Total Population, April 1, 2000 1,819,046
Voting Age Population, Nov. 2000 1,263,000  % change from '96  +4.0
Total Registration, Nov. 2000    973,533
Dem. 508,414 (52.2%)   Rep. 318,282 (32.7%)  Grn. 11,674 (1.2%)   Other 19,050 (2.0%)   No Party 116,113 (11.9%)
New Mexico has: 33 counties.
Largest counties: Bernalillo, Dona Ana, Santa Fe, San Juan.
Five largest cities: Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Santa Fe, Roswell, Rio Rancho.

Government
Governor: Gary Johnson (R) re-elected 1998.
State Legislature: New Mexico Legislature   House: 40D, 30R  Senate: 25D, 17R
Local: Cities, Counties...   NACO Counties
U.S. House: 2R, 1D - 1. H.Wilson (R) | 2. J.Skeen (R) | 3. T.Udall (D)
U.S. Senate: Jeff Bingaman (D) up for re-election in 2000, Pete Domenici (R) re-elected 1998.
Changes as of the November 2000 Elections
State Legislature: All 70 House seats and all 42 Senate seats were up.  Democrats retained majorities in both chambers although there were minor changes -- House: 42D, 28R.  Senate 24D, 18R.
U.S. House: All three members re-elected.
U.S. Senate: Jeff Bingaman (D) re-elected.

 Land of Enchantment
 

State of New Mexico
Secretary of State

Democratic Party of NM
Libertarian Party of NM
Natural Law Party of NM
NM Green Party
NM Reform Party
Republican Party of NM
NM Constitution Party

Albuquerque Journal
Media (Newsp.)
Media (TV)

Politics1-NM
 

General Election -- Tuesday, November 7, 2000
Past Results
1996
Clinton (Dem.)........273,495 (49.18)
Dole (Rep.)............232,751 (41.86)
Perot (Ref.).............32,257
(5.80)
Nader (Grn.)............13,218
(2.38)
Others (3).................4,353
(0.79)
Total........556,074

1992
Clinton (Dem.)........261,617 (45.90)
Bush (Rep.)...........212,824 (37.34)
Perot (Ind.)..............91,895
(16.12)
Others (7)..................3,650 
(0.64)
Total........569,986

Results
2000
Nader/LaDuke (Grn.)
21,251
 (3.55)
+Gore/Lieberman (Dem.)
286,783
(47.91)
Bush/Cheney (Rep.)
286,417
(47.85)
Browne/Olivier (Lib.)
2,058
(0.34)
Phillips/Frazier (Const.)
343
(0.06)
Hagelin/Goldhaber (NLP)
361
(0.06)
Buchanan/Foster (Ref.)
1,392
 (0.23)
Total........598,605

Total Votes Cast: 615,607

Early voting started on Oct. 18, 2000 (20 days prior to the election).  110,746 such ballots were cast (18.0% of total)

Regular absentee voting started 40 prior to the election.
79,553 such ballots were cast (12.9% of total)

Early/Absentee Total: 190,299 (30.9% of total votes cast)

Overview
Problems with the count in Bernalillo county left the outcome in New Mexico uncertain for days after the election, but Gore ultimately won the state's five electoral votes by a razor thin margin of 366 votes (0.06 percentage points).  Bush carried 20 counties to 13 for Gore.
General Election Activity

Although many news accounts attributed the Bernalillo counting problem to a "software glitch," in fact an administrative failure was to blame: the county clerk's office did not run the standard logic and accuracy test on the voting machines before the election.  The problem became apparent on Election Night, and the clerk's office withdrew about 67,000 early vote and absentee ballots from the tally.  On Nov. 9, workers in a warehouse in Albuquerque began the recount, hand-feeding the ballots into the voting machines.  By Nov. 11, Bush had gained a statewide lead of 17 votes, but some emergency ballots remained to be counted and totals were still fluctuating.  The State Canvassing Board finalized Gore as the winner with a plurality of 366 votes on Nov. 29.


 
Primary Date:  Tuesday, June 6, 2000
Republican Primary
Total Vote Percent
+George W. Bush 62,161 83%
Alan Keyes 4,850 6%
John McCain
 7,619
10%
Uncommitted Delegates
600
1%
Total 75,230

Total Delegates
21of 2,066 (1.0%).
 
 

 

Democratic Primary
Total Vote Percent
Bill Bradley 27,204 21%
+Al Gore 98,715 75%
Lyndon LaRouche, Jr.
3,063
2%
Uncommitted Delegates
3,298
2%
Total 132,280

Total Pledged Delegates
26 of 3,537 (0.7%).
Total Delegates
35of 4,335 (0.8%).
 

 


Green Primary

Eric Boucher                 91   (8%) 
Stephen Gaskin            43    (4%) 
Ralph Nader             1,058  (87%) 
Uncommitted Delegates 21    (2%)

Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.
 
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