New Mexico State Congressional Debate Championships

2021 — Online, NM/US

Invitation to 2021 State Congressional
Debate Tournament 

Friday and Saturday, March 5-6, 2021
Online through Zoom



Friday, March 5th

3:30PM: Zoom check-in and caucusing 

4:00PM—6:00PM: Prelim Round One


Saturday, March 6th

8:45AM: Zoom check-in

9:00AM-11:00AM: Prelim Round Two

1:00PM-4:00PM: Finals

5:00PM- Awards



All NMSDA member schools shall recruit unaffiliated judges and/or parliamentarians. All judges must be linked in Tabroom and added to the judging pool in Tabroom.


Deadline: Monday, March 1st , at 7:00 pm.

Registration Process:

Maximum entries: Six students per school in varsity (open); and four students per school in novice.
Novice is defined as a student never having competed in speech, debate, or congressional debate before the current year.

If you have chamber preferences for your students please email them to  .  Please give preferences for 2, 3, or 4 chambers.

Registration must include the NMAA eligibility form.

Name changes will be accepted through March 3rd

Note: if either of these divisions has fewer than 15 participants, or if either of these divisions has representation from fewer than three schools, the divisions will collapse into a single division. 

Email the names of any student interested in being PO to

Any drops after 3/3 must be immediately emailed to Bill:

Please direct any tabroom website questions to 


$8.00 entry fee per student.

If a student drops from the tournament, they will be charged $8.00.

Dues and fees must be sent ahead of time to Margo.


Deadline to submit: Sunday, February 28th at 5:00 pm.

Docket will be emailed to schools by Monday, March 1st

Maximum submission: Two pieces of legislation per school. Frivolous or poorly formatted legislation will be refused.