Election Day, November 7, 2023
SUPERVISOR R, C DAN GURNEY (2 YEAR TERM)
TOWN CLERK R NIKKI FOWLER (4 YEAR TERM)
JUSTICE R, C ELLERY TERPENING (4 YEAR TERM)
COUNCIL MEMBER R JON FOWLER (4 YEAR TERM)
COUNCIL MEMBER R RICHARD TESORIERO
SUPERINTENDENT OF R, C ROBERT L MALONE JR HIGHWAYS (4 YEAR TERM)
LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 19
D, OTH MARIE C SCHADT (2 YEAR TERM)
R, C PATRICK KRAFT 19D (2 YEAR TERM)
LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 24 R, C MARC GRECO SR (2 YEAR TERM)
LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 20 R PAUL CONNOLLY (2 YEAR TERM)
LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 21 R, C NOELLE BECKWITH SALMONSE (2 YEAR TERM)
Early Voting Schedule: For the November 7th, 2023 General Election
Saturday October 28 9am-5pm
Sunday October 29 9am-5pm
Monday October 30 9am-5pm
Tuesday October 31 Noon-8pm
Wednesday November 1 9am-5pm
Thursday November 2 Noon-8pm
Friday November 3 9am-5pm
Saturday November 4 9am-5pm
Sunday November 5 9am-5pm
Any registered voter who will be out of their county of residence on any primary, special or general election day due to occupation, business, vacation or studies; is ill or disabled; is detained in jail awaiting grand jury action or confined in prison after conviction for an offense other than a felony, may apply for a temporary absentee ballot.
Anyone who is permanently ill or disabled may apply for a permanent absentee ballot. The Board of Elections will investigate the facts given and, if satisfied, will mark the voter’s record “permanently disabled”. A ballot will automatically be mailed for each election thereafter in which the voter is qualified to vote.
HOW TO APPLY FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT
Voters may apply for temporary or permanent absentee status either by sending a completed application to the Board of Elections office or by applying through the New York State Absentee Application Portal. by downloading, printing and mailing a paper Absentee Application or requesting an application by mail from the Board of Elections.
Applications made online are usually processed by the end of the next business day. Temporary applications through the portal will automatically receive their ballot for each election indicated on their application. Those who request permanent absentee status online will be mailed a paper application to complete, sign and return to the Board of Elections.
Notes for the absentee voter-
- Apply for your absentee ballot as soon as you know you will need it.
- Once the ballots are printed, you can apply for, receive, and cast your ballot all in one trip to the county board of elections.
To request an absentee application or for further information on absentee voting, contact – [email protected]
MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTING
Members of the military who are serving overseas and citizens who will be out of the country on Election Day must submit a Military or Special Federal application. To learn more and/or download an application, click here. If you have questions regarding voting by military absentee, contact- [email protected]
ACCESSIBLE ABSENTEE VOTING
Visually impaired voters who wish to vote absentee may request an accessible ballot with access to assistive technologies. To request an accessible ballot online, click here. To download a paper application to be mailed to the county board of elections, click here.
ABSENTEE BALLOT TRACKING
If you have voted and returned your absentee ballot, you may check the status of your ballot by clicking here.
HOW DOES AN ABSENTEE BALLOT WORK?
An absentee ballot is a paper ballot which looks exactly like the ballot on the voting machine. In this manner, your vote remains secret.
Keep in mind that unless the oath is signed and the ballot is enclosed in the secrecy envelope , your ballot will not be counted. This ballot, if mailed, must be postmarked no later than the day before election or, if personally delivered, must be received by the Board of Elections no later than the close of polls on election day-9 p.m.
HOW DO I APPLY FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT?
It’s easy. Anytime during the year you may telephone or write to your county board of elections requesting an application for the ballot. You may also apply online through the New York State Absentee Application Portal, in person at the board of elections or have someone pick up the application for you.
Upon completion, the application must be mailed to the board of elections no later than seven days before the election or delivered in person no later than the day before the election.
You may also apply online through the NYS website. The link for the NYS Absentee Application Portal provided above.