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Candidates for political office or a group specifically dedicated to raising funds for an individual running for elected office do not qualify as a “qualified organization” with a charitable purpose under either the Bingo and Raffle Act o... Read More
The Charitable Solicitations Act is found at §57-22-4 NMSA. There is no provision in this act providing for the general use of games of chance to solicit charitable donations. However there are specific statutes, the Gaming Control A... Read More
NO, commercial gambling is strictly prohibited on liquor licensed premises. 60-7A-19(A) NMSA 1978. Pursuant to 60-7A-19(C)(2) NMSA 1978, commercial gambling does not mean:
(a) activities authorized pursuant to the New Mexico ... Read More
Examples of prohibited games and activities include but may not be limited to –
No. In order to hold a raffle in New Mexico, you (an organization) must qualify as such under either the Bingo and Raffle Act or as defined by the Criminal Code to do so and all the proceeds must go to lawful purposes as defined by the law.
Examples of Permitted Activities by Qualified Organizations–