Madison County Board of Elections
Mail Check cards are sent out each year to confirm the voter's address & provide updated information on where to vote & election dates. Unfortunately, this year dates were changed after the cards were printed & sent to the post office.
The Democratic Presidential Primary will be held on June 23rd, along with the Federal/State Primaries. Early voting will be available for 9 days prior to the election.
March Village Elections have been postponed
We will provide updates as we get them-
Canastota Sample Ballot
Chittenango Sample Ballot
Earlville Sample Ballot
The Democratic Presidential Primary has been moved from Tuesday, April 28th to Tuesday, June 23rd by executive order. This will combine the election with the Federal/State primaries in June. If you need an absentee ballot or have election related questions, call us at (315) 366-2231 and we will assist you.
The Democratic Presidential Primary has been moved to June 23, 2020
will follow the dates for the June 23rd Primary
Polls open 6am to 9pm for all Primary & General Elections
Primary - June 23, 2020
Petitions for Congress, State Senate, Assembly & 6th JD Delegates & Alternates (Democratic) are filed at the State Board of Elections
*signature numbers do not reflect the 30% reduction
Notice on Petition Filing by Mail
Presidential Election - November 3, 2020
Early Voting will be available for 9 days prior to the Primary & General Elections
Not sure if you are registered to vote?
to look up your registration and polling place
- Verify your registration and poll site
- Find your Elected Officials and District Maps
- Voter Registration Form (PDF)
- Voter Bill of Rights View your rights as a voter in New York State
- Military and Oversea Voter Empowerment Act MOVE
- Voting in Madison County
- Election Inspector Info
The Madison County Board of Elections is dedicated to ensuring that all eligible residents have the opportunity to register to vote, easily cast their vote and be confident that every vote is counted.
Accurate information will be provided regarding voter registration, the voting process, and running for office. Elections will be conducted according to Election Law in a nonpartisan, open manner to ensure public confidence. The Board of Elections is committed to serving all citizens and administering Elections that are accessible and fair with valid results.
Laura P Costello
Mary F Egger