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All New Mexico voters will cast ballots on three statewide bond issues and three proposed constitutional amendments during the Nov. 8 general election.
Statewide G.O. bond issues would allocate:
Facilities in Las Cruces and Doña Ana County will receive a substantial amount of funding for a number of projects at New Mexico State University and other facilities in Las Cruces of projects if voters statewide approve three general obligation bond questions.
Collectively, the three proposed bonds would allocate about $258.8 million in capital expenditures for senior citizen facilities ($24.2 million); higher education, special school and tribal school capital improvements and acquisitions ($215.6 million); and library resource acquisitions ($19 million) throughout New Mexico.
■ Senior centers in Las Cruces would receive more than $776,200 for these projects:
■ New Mexico State University would receive $50 million for these projects (all in Las Cruces except as noted):
To see all proposed statewide GO bond projects, visit www.nmlegis.gov/Legislation/BillFinder/Number and click on “2022 Regular” in the Session drop box, click on “House” in the Chamber drop box, click on “Bill” in the Type drop box and click on “153” in the Number drop box, then click Search.
The proposed constitutional amendments would:
The proposed constitutional amendments were passed by the New Mexico Legislature in 2021 (early childhood education) and 2022 (public assistance for households and judicial appointments).
To learn more about the proposed constitutional amendment regarding early childhood education, visit www.sos.state.nm.us/legislation-and-lobbying/signed-chaptered-bills/2021-legislation. Under 2021 Legislation, click on “2021 Constitutional Amendments.”
To learn more about the proposed constitutional amendments regarding public assistance for households and judicial appointments, Visit www.sos.state.nm.us/legislation-and-lobbying/signed-chaptered-bills/2022-legislation. Under 2022 Legislation, click on “2022 Constitutional Amendments.”