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GENERAL ELECTION - NOVEMBER 2, 2021 6AM - 9 PM  


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EARLY VOTING - OCT 23, 2021 - OCT 31, 2021

 

Registration Deadlines

Mail Registration for General: Last day to postmark a registration is October 8th for General Election.  It must be received by County Board of Elections by October 13th

In person registration for General: Last day to register in person for the General Election is October 8th.  Individuals honorably discharged from the military or have become a naturalized citizen since October 8th may register in person at the Board of Elections until October 23rd

Change of address received for General:  This must be received in our office by October 13th at 5pm in order to be processed for poll books.    

How do I get an Absentee Ballot? 
  1.   Contact Madison County BOE  via email at              boecommissioners@madisoncounty.ny.gov or 315-366-  2231  
  2.   Download  Absentee Application (application must be    received in the BOE by 10/18/21
  3.   Online NYS Absentee Portal (this expires 10/18/21)
  4.  Extended Hours to assist voters in applying for an absentee ballot starting Oct 20th at the BOE Office, please look for signs outside the Madison County Complex (Building 4 or the DMV Building). 

Absentee Deadlines 

Your absentee ballot can be dropped off during Early Voting or at any Madison County pollsite on Election Day, November 2, 2021 until 9 PM.

Click here for additional Absentee information 



Official June 2021 Primary Results 

2021 Designating Petitions Filed 

2021 Independent Petitions Filed

2021 Caucus Filings

Mission


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.


 
Alan S. Cohen
Democratic Commissioner
 
Mary F Egger
Republican Commissioner