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November 5General Election

General Election 2023

Tuesday,  November 5, 2024 6am to 9pm   (Early Voting October 26-November 3)

Early voting Days and Times to be announced

Early Voting Location

SENECA COUNTY HEALTH AND SENIOR SERVICES BUILDING (HSS)

2465 Bonadent Drive Suite 5, Waterloo, NY 13165

 

Poll Locations (alphabetical by Town)

Polling Places

District Polling Places Phone
Covert 1Covert Municipal Building
8469 State Rt. 96,
Interlaken
607-532-8358
Covert 2Covert Municipal Building
8469 State Rt. 96,
Interlaken
607-532-8358
Fayette 1Canoga Firehouse
3576 State Rt. 89,
Interlaken
315-549-2539
Fayette 2Fayette Town Hall
1439 Yellow Tavern Rd.,
Waterloo
315-585-6282
Fayette 3Waterloo Baptist Church
2701 State Route 96,
Waterloo
315-539-2029
Junius 1Junius Town Hall
655 Dublin Rd.,
Clyde
315-539-8737
Lodi 1Lodi Fire Department
8557 State Rt 414
Lodi
607-582-6700
Ovid 1Ovid Fire Department
2136 Brown St,
Ovid
607-869-5560
Ovid 2Ovid Fire Department
2136 Brown St,
Ovid
607-869-5560
Romulus 1Seneca Community Church
5738 State Rt. 96,
Romulus
607-869-5404
Romulus 2Romulus Municipal Building
1435 Prospect St.,
Willard
607-869-9326
Romulus 3Seneca Community Church
5738 State Rt. 96,
Romulus
607-869-5404
Seneca Falls 1Seneca Falls Community Center
35 Water St.,
Seneca Falls
315-568-2434
Seneca Falls 2Seneca Falls Library,
47 Cayuga St.,
Seneca Falls
315-568-8265
Seneca Falls 3Seneca Falls Community Center
35 Water St.,
Seneca Falls
315-568-2434
Seneca Falls 4Seneca Falls Community Center
35 Water St.,
Seneca Falls
315-568-2434
Seneca Falls 5Seneca Falls Community Center
35 Water St.,
Seneca Falls
315-568-2434
Seneca Falls 6Seneca Falls Community Center
35 Water St.,
Seneca Falls
315-568-2434
Seneca Falls 7Seneca Falls Community Center
35 Water St.,
Seneca Falls
315-568-2434
Seneca Falls 8Seneca Falls Community Center
35 Water St.,
Seneca Falls
315-568-2434
Tyre 1Tyre Municipal Building
1082 Gravel Road
Seneca Falls
315-835-0206
Varick 1Varick Town Building
4782 State Rt. 96,
Varick
315-585-6168
Waterloo 1Waterloo Community Center
3 Oak St.,
Waterloo
315-539-3068
Waterloo 2Waterloo Community Center
3 Oak St.,
Waterloo
315-539-3068
Waterloo 3Waterloo Community Center
3 Oak St.,
Waterloo
315-539-3068
Waterloo 4Serven Firehouse
352 US Route 20,
Waterloo
315-539-3068
Waterloo 5Waterloo Community Center
3 Oak St.,
Waterloo
315-539-3068

Absentee Voting Guide

You are eligible  to get an absentee ballot if you will be absent from your county on Election Day (for example if you are in school elsewhere). There are just some deadlines you will need to meet, so take action now. These instructions and dates are for voting in the November 7th General Election.

 

Step One: Request a ballot online by Monday October 23rd. It takes seconds. Here is the link https://absenteeballot.elections.ny.gov  Remember to provide the address where you want the ballot sent, not your home address.

 

Step Two: Fill in your ballot and mail it back before November 6th (must be postmarked the day before Election Day)

 

Notice that your ballot comes with two envelopes. There is an inner envelope (sometimes called an “oath envelope” or a “privacy envelope”). Then there is a postage-paid outer envelop addressed to the Board of Elections.

Mark your choices on the ballot.

Put your completed ballot into the INNER ENVELOPE. The inner envelope must be sealed (do not use tape or glue), signed, and dated accurately.

Put the inner envelope into the outer envelope and send it back to the board of elections. It must be postmarked on or before election day, so you will want to put it in the mailbox by November 7. Good News—the postage is free.

If it turns out that you will be in your hometown on Election Day after all…No worries. Bring the ballot with you. You can drop off your absentee ballot in person at your local board of elections, at the early voting site, or at your regular polling place on election day.

 

Step Three: Congratulations, you did it! You should be proud of yourself for voting.

For More Information on Absentee Ballots, Registration and Early Voting

Contact the Seneca County Board of Elections 

Board of Elections – Seneca County, New York

Phone:(315) 539-1760