New Mexico Presidential Election Result By County by state by district by party list of counties Population area code Result History Seat Density FIPS Code Voter statistics

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Find Latest New Mexico  Presidential Election Result By County by state by district by party list of counties Population area code Result History Seat Density FIPS Code Voter statistics

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This is a list of the 33 counties in New Mexico. There were originally nine counties formed in 1852. Santa Ana County, New Mexico Territory, one of the nine original counties, was annexed in 1876 to Bernalillo County, New Mexico.

County FIPS code County seat Created Formed from Population Area
Bernalillo County 1 Albuquerque 1852 One of the nine original counties. 6,70,968 1,166 mi²
Catron County 3 Reserve 1921 Part of Socorro County. 3,733 6,928 sq mi
Chaves County 5 Roswell 1889 Part of Lincoln County. 65,890 6,071 sq mi
Cibola County 6 Grants 1981 Parts of Valencia County, Socorro County, McKinley County, and Catron County. 27,658 4,540 sq mi
Colfax County 7 Raton 1869 Part of Mora County. 13,640 3,757 sq mi
Curry County 9 Clovis 1909 Parts of Quay County and Roosevelt County. 49,649 1,406 sq mi
De Baca County 11 Fort Sumner 1917 Parts of Chaves County and Guadalupe County. 1,945 2,325 sq mi
Doña Ana County 13 Las Cruces 1852 One of the nine original counties. 2,13,598 3,807 sq mi
Eddy County 15 Carlsbad 1887 Part of Lincoln County. 54,152 4,182 sq mi
Grant County 17 Silver City 1868 Part of Doña Ana County. 29,380 3,966 sq mi
Guadalupe County 19 Santa Rosa 1891 Part of San Miguel County. 4,619 3,031 sq mi
Harding County 21 Mosquero 1921 Parts of Mora County and Union County. 740 2,126 sq mi
Hidalgo County 23 Lordsburg 1920 Part of Grant County. 4,861 3,446 sq mi
Lea County 25 Lovington 1917 Parts of Chaves County and Eddy County. 65,423 4,393 sq mi
Lincoln County 27 Carrizozo 1869 Part of Socorro County. 20,454 4,831 sq mi
Los Alamos County 28 Los Alamos 1949 Parts of Sandoval County and Santa Fe County. 18,222 109 sq mi
Luna County 29 Deming 1901 Parts of Doña Ana County and Grant County. 25,281 2,965 sq mi
McKinley County 31 Gallup 1899 Part of Bernalillo County. 73,664 5,449 sq mi
Mora County 33 Mora 1859 Part of Taos County. 4,773 1,931 sq mi
Otero County 35 Alamogordo 1899 Parts of Doña Ana County and Lincoln County. 65,703 6,627 sq mi
Quay County 37 Tucumcari 1903 Part of Guadalupe County. 9,026 2,855 sq mi
Rio Arriba County 39 Tierra Amarilla 1852 One of the nine original counties. 40,446 5,858 sq mi
Roosevelt County 41 Portales 1903 Parts of Chaves County and Guadalupe County. 20,446 2,449 sq mi
Sandoval County 43 Bernalillo 1903 Part of Bernalillo County. 1,34,259 3,710 sq mi
San Juan County 45 Aztec 1887 Part of Rio Arriba County. 1,28,200 5,514 sq mi
San Miguel County 47 Las Vegas 1852 One of the nine original counties. 29,301 4,717 sq mi
Santa Fe County 49 Santa Fe 1852 One of the nine original counties. 1,45,648 1,909 sq mi
Sierra County 51 Truth or Consequences 1884 Parts of Doña Ana County and Socorro County. 11,943 4,180 sq mi
Socorro County 53 Socorro 1852 One of the nine original counties. 17,873 6,647 sq mi
Taos County 55 Taos 1852 One of the nine original counties. 32,917 2,203 sq mi
Torrance County 57 Estancia 1903 Parts of Bernalillo County, Valencia County, and Socorro County. 16,345 3,345 sq mi
Union County 59 Clayton 1893 Parts of Colfax County, Mora County and San Miguel County. 4,433 3,830 sq mi
Valencia County 61 Los Lunas 1852 One of the nine original counties. 77,070 1,068 sq mi
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