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Local Leagues in New Mexico

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If you do not live in or near one of New Mexico's local Leagues, you can become a Member-at-Large (or MAL) of the League of Women Voters of New Mexico. In general, you should join a local League instead of becoming a Member-at-Large. The local Leagues host many more activities, have more opportunities for volunteering, and provide access to additional publications and resources. New Mexico's Local Leagues publish newsletters on a monthly basis, whereas the State League publishes La Palabra just four times per year.

Members of the local Leagues are automatically members of the League of Women Voters of New Mexico (LWVNM) and will receive not only their local League's newsletters, but also La Palabra. A member of one of New Mexico's Leagues is also automatically a member of the League of Women Voters - United States (LWVUS).

Currently, New Mexico has Local Leagues in

Any person who lives outside the areas covered by local Leagues is eligible to be a member-at-large. To join LWVNM, please print our membership form in PDF (110k) or DOCX (33K), fill it out, and mail it with a check to "LWVNM" at the following address:

League of Women Voters of New Mexico
attn: Membership Chair
2315 San Pedro Drive NE, Suite F-6
Albuquerque, NM 87110
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The membership year for Members-at-Large of LWVNM is January 1 to December 31. You can join at any time. For those joining during the year, dues will be prorated at renewal time.