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Albuquerque’s 2021 Local Election Information

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Regular Local Election is Tuesday, Nov. 2. In this election, voters will elect a new mayor, new councilors for odd-numbered districts (1, 3, 5, 7, and 9), General Obligation Bond questions and Albuquerque Public Schools board members.

Important Dates

  • October 5
  • October 16-30
    • Early Voting and SDR expand, Monday to Saturday, most locations open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • October 28
    • Deadline for Absentee Applications to be received.  Applications received after the 28th will be rejected, even if it is postmarked on the 28th.
  • October 29
    • Last day county clerks can mail absentee ballots to voters who request them.
  • November 2
    • Election Day. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Absentee Ballots are due in the clerk’s office no later than 7 p.m.

There will be 20 Early Voting Convenience Centers open for the  2021 Regular Local Election – October 16, 2021 to October 30, 2021. Most locations are open Monday to Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Same Day Registration will be available during early voting.


Candidates


Albuquerque Soccer Stadium Question

Shall the City of Albuquerque acquire property for, and to design, develop, erect, construct and otherwise
improve a public stadium for multiple uses, including, but not limited to, professional soccer events to be financed by up to $50,000,000 of its gross receipts tax revenue bonds?

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Albuquerque Bond Questions


Public Safety Bonds

Shall the City of Albuquerque issue $24,796,000 of its general obligation bonds to plan, design, develop, study, construct, modernize, automate, renovate, rehabilitate, recondition, landscape, furnish, enhance and otherwise improve, and to acquire land, buildings, property, vehicles, apparatus, and equipment for, police, fire, and community safety department facilities?

  • Apparatus Replacement – $2,400,000
  • Facility Construction, Renovation, and Rehabilitation – $1,000,000
  • Construction of Fire Station 12 – $7,000,000
  • Kathryn Public Safety Center – $7,000,000
  • Fire Station 18 Additional Bay – $100,000
  • Southeast Area Command, Phase 2 – $5,000,000
  • Renovation and Repair APD Facilities – $5,000,000
  • Public Safety Projects – Council District 1 – $100,000
  • Public Safety Projects – Counstil District 3 – $100,00
  • Public Safety Projects – Council District 4 – $100,000
  • Public Safety Projects – Council District 5 – $200,000
  • Public Safety Projects – Council District 7 – $300,000
  • Public Safety Projects – Council District 8 – $150,000
  • Public Safety Projects – Council Distcts 9 – $100,000
  • 1% for Public Art $246,000

Learn more about the Public Safety Bonds »

Senior, Family, Community Center, Homeless and Community Enhancement Bonds

Shall the City of Albuquerque issue $28,410,000 of its general obligation bonds to plan, design, develop,
construct, demolish, equip, reconstruct, renovate, rehabilitate, expand, repair, study, landscape,
streetscape, enhance and otherwise improve, and to acquire property for, city-owned community centers
including those for families, youth, senior citizens, homeless, and for other community enhancement projects?

  • Senior Affairs Renovation/Rehabilitation – $1,000,000
  • Manzano Mesa Multigenerational Center – $1,000,000
  • Palo Duro Senior Center – $1,000,000
  • Cibola Loop Multigenerational Center – $6,000,000
  • Renovation, Repair, Security and Technololgy Improvemtns: Existing FCS Facilities – $2,000,000
  • Loma Linda Community Center – $2,000,000
  • Joan Jones Community Center – $750,000
  • Health and Social Centers Upgrades $500,000
  • Snow Park Community Center – $1,000,000
  • Westgate Community Center Ronovations – $250,000
  • Westside Community Center Consturction, Phase II – $3,500,000
  • Metropolitan Gateway Facility Renovations – $2,000,000
  • District 3 Community Facility – $4,500,000
  • Homeless Encampments – $500,000
  • Senior, Family, Community Center and Community Enhancments Projects Council District 1 – $240,000
  • Senior, Family, Community Center and Community Enhancments Projects Council District 2 – $250,000
  • Senior, Family, Community Center and Community Enhancments Projects Council District 3 – $300,000
  • Senior, Family, Community Center and Community Enhancments Projects Council District 4 -$80,000
  • Senior, Family, Community Center and Community Enhancments Projects Council District 5 – $200,000
  • Senior, Family, Community Center and Community Enhancments Projects Council District 6 – $500,000
  • Senior, Family, Community Center and Community Enhancments Projects Council District 7 – $350,000
  • Senior, Family, Community Center and Community Enhancments Projects Council District 8 -$100,000
  • Senior, Family, Community Center and Community Enhancments Projects Council District 9 – $100,000
  • 1% for Public Art – $290,00

Learn more about the Senior, Family, Community Center, Homeless and Community Enhancement Bonds »

Parks and Recreation Bonds

Shall the City of Albuquerque issue $27,265,000 of its general obligation bonds to study, map, plan, design,
develop, construct, rehabilitate, renovate, expand, furnish, equip, enhance and otherwise improve, and to
acquire property, vehicles and equipment for park and recreational facilities, including public parks and facilities within those parks, swimming pools, tennis courts, sports fields, other recreational facilities, open space, medians, bikeways, bosque lands, and trails?

  • Park Irrigation System Renovation – $1,500,000
  • Park and Playground Renovations – $1,300,000
  • Open Space Facility Improvments – $600,000
  • Pool and Spraypad Reonvations -$1,400,000
  • Regional Park Facilities Development and Renovation – $1,200,000
  • Urban Forestry – $450,000
  • Open Space Bosque Restoration – $300,000
  • Balloon Fiesta Park Improvements – $500,000
  • New Park Developmetn – $1,250,000
  • Park Security – $500,000
  • Golf Course Equipmetn and Improvements – $1,000,000
  • Walker Property – $4,000,000
  • Indoor Sports Complex – $2,250,000
  • District 1 Pickleball Courts – $450,000
  • Pat Hurley Dog Park – $300,000
  • Vista del Norte Park – $1,000,000
  • North Domingo Baca Aquatic Center – $3,000,000
  • 2% for Open Space Land Acquisition – $2,800,000
  • North Domingo Baca Pool & Aquatic Center – Council District 4 – $500,000
  • Tijeras Arroyo Bio-zone/San Miguel Archaeological Site – Council District 9 – $400,000
  • Parks and Recreation Projects Council District 1 – $245,000
  • Parks and Recreation Projects Council District 2 – $250,000
  • Parks and Recreation Projects Council District 3 – $200,000
  • Parks and Recreation Projects Council District 4 – $150,000
  • Parks and Recreation Projects Council District 5 – $200,000
  • Parks and Recreation Projects Council District 7 – $150,000
  • Parks and Recreation Projects Council District 8 – $700,000
  • Parks and Recreation Projects Council District 9 – $400,000
  • 1% for Public Art – $270,000

Learn more about the Parks and Recreation Bonds »

Energy and Water Conservation, Public Facilities and System Modernization Bonds

Shall the City of Albuquerque issue $15,950,000 of its general obligation bonds to modernize, make energy
and/or water-efficient, upgrade, equip, improve, acquire, plan, design, survey, develop, construct, rehabilitate, renovate, expand, furnish, enhance and otherwise improve, and to acquire property, vehicles and
equipment for, public buildings, facilities, and systems?

  • Animal Shelter Rehab – $1,000,000
  • City Government/Old City Hall Building Improvement Rehab – $1,000,000
  • City Buildings Improvement Rehab – $1,900,000
  • Roof Repair City Buildings – $1,000,000
  • Security Fleet – $400,000
  • Security Upgrades – $1,000,000
  • Los Angeles Landfill Remediation – $300,000
  • Environmental Health Facility Rehabilitation, Vehicles, Equipment, Software and Training Materials – $500,000
  • Air Quality Monitoring/Enforcement Equipment…

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