Voting Guide

It’s time to vote New Yorkers! See below for important primary dates and links to all the voting information you need!

NYS Voting

NYS Board of Elections:

Chemung County Board of Elections:

Find the Candidates

Chemung County and NYS:

Nationwide, State, and Local:

Voting Rights and Information

Vote411 (League of Women Voters):


Registration Deadlines:

Voter Registration Form (English, Spanish, and Accessible):

Online registration:

Check your voter registration/polling place/absentee ballot:

Chemung County Absentee Voting:

Election Day

Find your polling place:

List of Chemung County Polling Places & Sample Ballot:


You Don’t Need a Home to vote Project – Facts & Resources:

Coalition for the homeless: NYS rights:

Criminal History

Voting Rights of New Yorkers with Felony Convictions:

Victims of Domestic Violence

N.Y. Election Law (5-508) allows victims of domestic violence to apply for a confidential registration by delivering a sworn statement to their local county Board of Elections stating they are a victim of domestic violence and they wish to have their voter registration record kept confidential because of the threat of physical or emotional harm to themselves or a family or household member.