There are many ways you can take action to promote the well-being of New Mexico’s children, youth and families:

Vote!

Every vote counts. Your County Clerk’s office can tell you where to register and vote. The Secretary of State’s Office also has information on voter registration, voter rights, and elections in New Mexico. The League of Women Voters of Central NM also provides contact information for voter registration, political parties, and elected officials at the state and local levels.

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Make your voice heard in the important political decisions being made in Santa Fe and Washington, D.C. Join our eVoices list and watch for Action Alerts during the legislative session and throughout the year. We will give you up-to-the-minute information on the issues we all care about and alert you to key votes so you can take action on the issues that concern you. We do not sell, give or share your personal information, including your email address, with any other organizations, groups or persons. And you always have the option to opt out. Click here to subscribe now. (Read our privacy policy.)

Involve yourself in your child’s education

Working Together: School, Family, and Community Partnerships, A Toolkit for New Mexico is a free online resource that helps parents, school staff, and communities work together to improve family friendly practices and build strong school−family partnerships for student success. Browse the modules or download pages here.

Talk to your elected officials

Meet with, write or call your legislator or congress person about an issue that concerns you. They really do appreciate hearing from you. Not sure who represents you in Santa Fe and Washington? Find out here.

Learn about the issues

Browse our publications.