2,300 Volunteers Active Across 33 Counties Shows Democratic Party’s Strength
Heading into the final weekend before the election, new data from the Democratic Party of New Mexico shows the state’s Democrats more fired up than ever to mobilize New Mexicans to vote this November.
More than 2,300 people have volunteered across 5,487 volunteer shifts, helping reach tens of thousands of New Mexicans this fall. Every day, Democratic volunteers are reaching thousands of voters by knocking on doors, phonebanking, attending rallies, and putting up signs in their communities.
“Across New Mexico, we are seeing momentum for our candidates rarely seen in a non-presidential election year,” said Daniel Garcia, Communications Director of the Democratic Party of New Mexico. “Our midterm momentum is fueled by excitement to extend the successes of the Lujan Grisham administration and energy for our candidates up and down the ballot. Thousands of Democrats working the phones and knocking on doors in the final days of the campaign is proof that our base is mobilized and ready for big victories for New Mexicans come Tuesday.”
The message from volunteers in the homestretch is simple – as President Biden told New Mexicans this week, “Vote! Get out the vote. Vote, vote, vote.”
Saturday, November 5th is the last day to early vote. Absentee ballots returned by mail must be received by County Clerks by close of business on Election Day. Absentee ballots can be returned in person at any voting location in a voter’s county Saturday or on Election Day. Voters can find voting locations near them at IWillVote.com.