New Yorkers only have three more days to register to vote in order to be eligible to vote in the primary elections next month.
Primary elections will be held on Thursday, Sept. 13 in New York State.
If you need to register to vote and you’re doing so in person, your application must be submitted by Sunday, Aug. 19. If you’re registering by mail, your application must be postmarked by Aug. 19 and your local Board of Elections must receive it by Aug. 24.
If you have to change your address on your voter registration, it must be received by the Board of Elections by Aug. 24.
Here’s where you can find your local Board of Elections to register:
- Oneida County Board of Elections – 321 Main St. #3, Utica, NY 13501
- Herkimer County Board of Elections – 109 Mary St. #1306, Herkimer, NY 13350
- Otsego County Board of Elections – 140 County Rt. 33, Suite 2, Cooperstown, NY 13326
You can also submit a voter registration application form to the Department of Motor Vehicles.
If you would like to request a voter registration form to be sent by mail, click here.
For more information about registering to vote, click here.
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