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 Your Vote Counts Badge Voting Toolkit

GODORT’s Voting & Election Toolkits ( are here to help librarians answer questions about voter registration, voter ID requirements, and more! These voting and election toolkits were created for and by librarians across the country and provide non-partisan voting & election information for every state and D.C. In these guides you will find answers to FAQs such as voter eligibility requirements, voter registration deadlines, voter ID requirements, ballot information, absentee voting, and more.

New Mexico's voting toolkit:

Hashtags: #ALAVotingToolkit


Federal Publications and Impeachment


Find information about the role of the House and Senate during the impeachment process. Access federal documents related to the current impeachment proceedings; rules, precedents, procedures; and historical impeachment documents via

Letter from 21 state Attorneys Generals to the Senate:

In El Portal you can access Opposing Viewpoints to see continuously updated information on current hot topics, including impeachment, from multiple perspectives.



 New Mexico State Library Launches Articles Plus Pilot for State Employees

The New Mexico State Library is launching a pilot project to purchase journal articles and other professional digital content à la carte, rather than by the traditional subscription or interlibrary loan model.

The pilot project is open to all New Mexico state employees, including those employed by state government, the state legislature, or the state courts. For more information, see NMSL for State Employees.



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