Madison County Board of Elections

Active Enrollment figures as of 5/1/2016:  Total 39,987

          DEM:11,100  REP:15,686   CON:880   GRE:131   WOR:232   IND:2,613   WEP:2   RFM:0    NOP (No party):9,343

Voter Affiliation by District

 Presidential Primary 2016 

April 19th, 2016 

Official Election Results

Click on Elections Information for Results by District


June 21, 2016 
Village Elections in Cazenovia, Hamilton & Morrisville  

                           Petitions filed for the June Village Elections

June 28, 2016 - Federal Primary                                                         Filings received for the Federal Primary

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.


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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