This is Anne Brady-Romero’s first term in office. Brady-Romero was elected in November 2020.
Her term runs January 2021 – December 2024.
The next election for this seat is November 2024.
The County Clerk’s Office will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Effective February 1, 2021, the Clerk’s Office will be closed for lunch from 12:00-1:00 p.m.
Appointments are encouraged due to the recent health crisis.
What We Do
The Sandoval County Clerk’s Office maintains and provides copies of legal documents involving Sandoval County and real property within the County. In addition, the Office maintains the County’s Bureau of Elections. The Clerk records all resolutions and ordinances passed by the County Commission and serves, either in person or by deputy, as the secretarial clerk to the Board of County Commissioners and the Probate Court.
How We Serve You
The Sandoval County Clerk’s Office provides a wide variety of government services. It’s the office you visit for marriage licenses or other permits, where you start if you wish to run for elected office or vote for public office. The Office also receives and records legal documents on property in Sandoval County, including deeds, maps, plats or transfers. The Clerk also administers oaths and affirmations, and receives process against the County.
The Clerk’s Office records documents such as real estate contracts, new purchases or transfers of real property, liens and release of liens, mortgages, powers of attorney, deeds, plats, transcripts of judgments and more. Many of the records are available for residents seeking information on property or other topics on file with Sandoval County.
Notice: Please be advised that the Sandoval County Clerk does not issue copies of Birth Certificates or Death Certificates. You must contact the Vital Statistics Office.
Bureau of Elections
The County’s Bureau of Elections, a critical part of the Clerk’s office, is responsible for conducting all federal, state and County elections. The bureau also assists municipal clerks and other governmental entities in preparing and administering local elections.In addition to making the voting process faster, easier and more convenient for county residents by using electronic voting machines Countywide, the Clerk’s office also uses computerized voter registration to better serve residents. The Office provides voter education programs and works with schools to educate students about the election process.
- Bureau of Elections Phone: 505-867-7577
- Click Here for More Information on the Bureau of Elections
An appointment must be made in advance to obtain a marriage license. (i.e. 9:00a.m., 10:00a.m., 11:00a.m., 1:00p.m. 2:00p.m. and 3:00p.m.) No appointment will be made after 3:30p.m.
REQUIREMENTS TO OBTAIN A MARRIAGE LICENSE: Both applicants must be present to obtain a marriage license.Both applicants must be at least 18 years of age. If 16 or 17 years of age, parental consent (mother AND father providing Photo ID) is required. If 15 years of age or younger, a court order documentation by the courts is required. Both applicants must provide a Photo ID and Social Security Card. Marriage MUST take place in the State of New Mexico. *Laminated Social Security Cards will not be accepted
Marriage licenses does not expire. It is up to the applicants to contact an official to perform the ceremony. A Marriage License must be obtained BEFORE the ceremony takes place.
- Marriage License Fee: $25.00 (cash, check or credit cards accepted)
- Marriage License Issuing Hours: Marriage licenses are issued Monday through Friday.