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Welcome! The New Mexico Judicial Performance Evaluation Commission was created by the Supreme Court of New Mexico to improve the performance of judges and provide useful, credible information to voters on judges standing for retention. Judges must receive 57% voter approval to remain on the bench.

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New evaluations will be available on September 11, 2020.


Judge History

Search judges evaluations since 2002.

Please note there are two places you may be able to vote for judges on this year's ballot. Judicial candidates running in a partisan election (identified by party) typically appear on the front of the ballot, and judges standing for retention typically appear on the back of the ballot, in a section labeled retention. NMJPEC only evaluates judges who are standing for retention.

Please review our evaluations and vote in ALL races and ballot measures - including the judicial retention elections. Your vote does matter!

Printable Voting Guides

New Mexico Judicial District Map

Available September 11, 2020.
Statewide | By District

Voting Dates

Absentee Voting: Begins October 6, 2020
Early Voting: October 17-31, 2020
Election Day: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Voting Hours: 7AM - 7PM
Results Posted: November 4, 2020

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