Madison County Board of Elections

Active Enrollment figures as of  6/1/2016:  Total 39,970

          DEM:11,125  REP:15,657   CON:874   GRE:128   WOR:230   IND:2,602 WEP:3  RFM:0    NOP (No party):9,310


Voter Affiliation by District


 June 21, 2016 
Village Elections

Sample ballots for Cazenovia, Hamilton & Morrisville  


 

 June 28, 2016
Federal Primary  
            Sample ballots for Republican & Reform 
         

Unofficial Election Night Results

 

Political Calendar for State/Local Offices 
 


September 13, 2016 - State/Local Primary                                                    

November 8, 2016 - Presidential Election

 


Oneida District Changes

Postcards have been sent to all City of Oneida residents with the Ward number on the address label -
for example - ON/003/001 is Oneida Ward 3, District 1 

 


Find your pollsite

Absentee Voting information

         

         Changing your political party in NYS
In New York State party changes made after the cut-off date (25 days prior to the General Election each year) will not go into effect until after the next General Election. Therefore, any enrollment changes made between now & October 14th, 2016 will only be active for the 2017 elections. 


Cazenovia voters in districts 4 & 5

will now vote at the St James Church

instead of the High School 



Click here to verify your registration & pollsite


 

Find your Elected Officials & District Maps




 

Voter Registration form:  Click here for a printable registration form.  

Voter bill of rights: Click to view your rights as a voter in New York State.

Military & Oversea Voter Empowerment Act MOVE

Voting in Madison County

 



For more information click on Elections information in the menu bar and then on Inspector information.


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 & 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 & administering Elections that are accessible & fair with valid results.

 

 Laura P Costello                              Kelley S Hood
Democratic Commissioner               Republican Commissioner

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