Clerk's Office

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Cibola County Clerk:
The Clerk is the custodian of records for the Cibola County Clerk. This office keeps all official public records of the County, such as resolutions, ordinances, deeds, mortgages and marriage licenses for marriages within Cibola County.
The Clerk is also the chief administrator of elections. The Clerk's office receives nominations and petitions of candidates related to elections. In addition, the office supervises and prepares ballots and voting machines and trains poll workers.
The clerk's office also supports the Office of the Probate Judge in handling informal proceedings.

The Cibola County Clerks Office CANNOT give legal advice on what a document should contain or how they shoud be written. We only  RECORD the document. If you need legal advice, please contact an attorney. Thank you!
Documents recorded in the office of the County Clerk are Public Records, subject to inspection and disclosure.

Michelle Dominguez
County Clerk
PH: (505) 285-2537
Fax: (505) 285-2562

Michelle has been married to Jason Dominguez for 8 years. She has 3 daughters and 3 stepchildren. Michelle was hired in 2006 as a temp. Throughout the years she has held various positions such as recording, recording supervisor, and bureau of elections voting rights coordinator supervisor. Since 2012 she has been the Chief Deputy Clerk.

Michelle has attended classes through the New Mexico EDGE Program at NMSU. She has received her NM Certified Public Official Certificate.

"The employees in our office are all cross trained and will get you the information you need. Our goal is to continue to serve the public."

"If we don't have the answer we will try our hardest to get you an answer or direct you in the right direction."

Natalie Grine
Deputy Clerk
PH: (505) 285-2539
Fax: (505) 285-2562

 2016 General Election Reminder of Important Dates:
October 11, 2016:
Last day to register to vote
October 11, 2016: Absentee Ballots to be mailed to any voter who successfully complete an Absentee Application. Last day to mail an Absentee Ballot will be November 4, 2016.
October 11, 2016: Early Voting Begins in the County Clerk’s Office located at 515 W. High St, Grants, NM 87020 from 8:00AM to 5:00PM ending on November 5, 2016.

Alternative Voting Locations
Laguna Tribal Building, 22 Capital Road, Laguna, NM 87026
Beginning Saturday October 22nd, 2016
Acoma Tribal Auditorium, 33A Pinsbaari Drive, Acoma, NM 87034
Beginning Saturday October 22nd, 2016
Training Center (On the same side as Ramah Chapter House), 4MI S of State Route 53 on BIA Route 125,
Mt. View Community, Ramah, NM 87321
Beginning Saturday October 22nd, 2016

Dates and Hours of Operation
Saturday October 22nd, 2016;   8:00am - 4:00pm
Tuesday October 25th thru Saturday October 29th;   8:00am - 4:00pm
Tuesday November 1st thru Saturday November 5th;   8:00am - 4:00pm

Your Vote Counts! Get involved!

Bureau of Elections Department 
Jaclyn Billy- BOE Coordinator 
Donnie Cerno- Voting Technican

 Recording & Filing Department
Natalie Grine- Recording Supervisor 
Doreen Esparza- Records Clerk

Important Links
-List of Filing Fees

-Notice to Request Public Records for Record & Filing

-Notice to Request Public Records for Bureau of Elections

-2016 General Election Early Voting Information

-2016 General Election Poll Worker Training

-2016 Primary Election Proclamation English

-2016 Primary Election Proclamation Spanish

-Precinct Locations

-Application for Absent Voter Ballot 

Need voter information visit 
Voter View.

Recording & Filing Phone Number 505-285-2535

Bureau of Elections Phone Number 505-285-2554

Fax Number 505-285-2562

All recorded documents should be mailed to, along with a self addressed envelope:
PO Box 190
Grants, NM 87020
Attn: County Clerk

Are you registered to vote? Contact the Bureau of Elections for more information.
Please Note: 
Any changes that to need to be made to your Voter Registration needs to be done 28 days prior to any Election on a NEW Voter Registration form.

Overseas Voter? Voting assistance for Service Members, their Families and Overseas Citizens. To submit an application please click on the FVAP Application.
For futher information please visit

The U.S. Census Bureau found that only 45% of eligible voters aged 18-29 cast a ballot in the 2012 presidential election, that’s an almost 30% smaller turnout than those over the age of 65. One driving factor behind this low turnout is that millennials are moving around the country at greater rates than ever before, switching from state to state for college and jobs.
Following the voter registration laws in different states can be difficult to keep up with and many worry that changing state residency can affect their financial aid or parent’s ability to claim them on their taxes. To address these issues we created a voting guide for young voters to help them navigate the process. The guide includes:
*How to register to vote in all 50 states
*Breaking down the myths of voting in college
*An unbiased overview of the platform issues and where each party stands