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Last day for a Board of Elections to receive application for Military/Special Federal ballot if not previously registered.
First day for signing designating petitions for Federal Primary Election candidates.
See “Get Local” in the tabs above for your town’s voting location.
Zephyr Teachout and Will Yandik, both candidates for the 19th Congressional District, will address the committee to review their credentials and stands on the issues.
The Town of Ghent has set up a Broadband Committee – the next meeting is March 30th at 5:30 at Ghent Town Hall, and they are inviting members of other communities to join them in hopes of solving this issue. If you have an interest in attending please let Chris Bishop know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Due dates for filing designating petitions for Federal Primary Election candidates.
If applying by mail, April 12 is the last day to postmark application for Presidential primary ballot.
Last day to apply in person for application for Presidential primary ballot.
The last day to postmark the ballot for the Presidential primary elections is April 18th. It must be received by the county board no later than April 26th.
Last day to deliver the ballot in person to the county board of elections, by close of polls on election day.
Date to transmit Military/Special Federal ballots for Federal Primary elections.
Mail Registration for Federal Primary: Last day to postmark application is June 3rd. The last day it must be received by board of elections is June 8th.
In person registration for Federal Primary: Last day that application must be received by board of elections to be eligible to vote in primary elections, is June 3rd.
First day to hold a town caucus.
First day for signing designating petitions for state/local offices.