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THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS HAS OPENINGS FOR POLLWORKERS. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN WORKING AS A POLLWORKER FOR THE UPCOMING ELECTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE AT 607.778.2172 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
To obtain a registration form, you can print Voter Registration Form, fill it out completely making sure you sign it, and mail it to: Broome County Board of Elections, PO Box 1766, Binghamton, NY 13902. You also can pick registration forms up at any postoffice, or call the Board of Elections at 607.778.2172 and request a form be mailed.
GENERAL ELECTION - TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2014
Polls are open 6:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Registration deadline information:
Please note: as long as you will be 18 by election day (11/4/14) you can register to vote for this election.
Registration general information
If you are a registered voter in Broome County, and have moved within the county after October 16th, please call the Election Office at 778.2172 or email us at BCBOE@co.broome.ny.us for information on voting at your new polling place.
ELECTED OFFICIAL INFORMATION
RUNNING FOR OFFICE
The Southern Tier Postal Customer Council (STPCC) is presenting a free seminar on Political Mailing. Click here for details
ABSENTEE BALLOT INFORMATION
Any registered voter who will be absent from broome county on election day, or who is ill can vote by absentee ballot.
To obtain an absentee ballot a voter must fill out an application (click for link to form) or can be obtained by calling the Board of Elections at 607.778.2172. The form must contain the following information:
ABSENTEE BALLOT STATISTICS:
LOCAL PARTY CONTACTS
If you are interested in becoming more involved in the political process, or if you have any questions concerning candidates political platforms, below is a list of County Committee's and their contact information:
MILITARY AND OVERSEAS VOTERS:
Please go to the following link for instructions to receive a ballot via email:
There will be a Campaign Finance Webinar offered by the New York State Board of Elections. We will be broadcasting it here at the Broome County Office Building, 2nd Floor Auditorium on:
THURSDAY, JUNE 5TH - 9:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
State Board to Host Campaign Finance Webinar
The New York State Board of Elections will host a three-hour Campaign Finance Webinar for Broome County on Thursday, June 5, at 9:00 a.m. All participants should visit the NYSBOE website at www.elections.ny.gov , go to Calendar of Events in June, on the homepage, for the link to join the Webinar.
The Webinar will include a presentation on campaign financial disclosure requirements as defined in New York State Election Law. Conducted by NYSBOE’s Campaign Finance Unit, these seminars are designed to assist candidates and committees in understanding the law and the disclosure process. Members of the media and the public are welcome.
The Webinar is held in partnership with the Broome County Board of Elections.
If a candidate spends or raises over $1,000.00 they must file their financial disclosures with the NYS Board of Elections. You can visit: www.elections.ny.gov to view all filed disclosures
To use the district finder: all the streets are in alphabetical order then by zip code. Find your street and zip code, then check the house number range to find the line that defines your address. You will find your polling place location, and the last column will tell you what election district you are in.
VOTING MACHINE INSTRUCTIONS:
The Broome County Board of Elections is responsible for the honest and efficient operations of all National, State, County, City, and Local elections in our County. The Board insures that all eligible County citizens are offered an opportunity to register and vote; to maintain a complete and accurate voter file of all the registered voters in Broome County area; to insure that the integrity of the balloting process is maintained throughout Broome County; to enforce all provisions of the New York State Election Law.
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