Elections

  
Department Head Presentation

Early Voting

Date  Voters 
 October 24, 2020 295
October 25, 2020           374  
   
   
   
   
   




EARLY VOTING
2020 GENERAL ELECTION


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You can now apply for an absentee ballot under "temporary illness" if you wish to avoid voting in person because of the COVID-19 pandemic or due to risk of illness to yourself or others. Select the temporary illness portion of the absentee ballot application.

Absentee Ballot Application
(submit request electronically)



Absentee Ballot Application 
(download and mail-in form)


NY State BOE Absentee Portal

Accessible Electronic Ballot GE-20


If you need assistance in marking your absentee ballot, you may call the the Board of Elections office and make an appointment to utilize a ballot marking device. 




If you need assistance in marking your absentee ballot, you may call the the Board of Elections office and make an appointment to utilize a ballot marking device.

If you need assistance in marking your absentee ballot, you may call the the Board of Elections office and make an appointment to utilize a ballot marking device.

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Supporting Map Documents




Sample General Election 2020 Ballots

AVON

CALEDONIA

CONESUS

GENESEO

GROVELAND

LEICESTER

LIMA

LIVONIA

MT. MORRIS

NORTH DANSVILLE

NUNDA

OSSIAN

PORTAGE

SPARTA

SPRINGWATER

WEST SPARTA

YORK

 2020 Elections


General Election: November 3, 2020 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM


Staff


About the Board of Elections


The aim of the Livingston County Board of Elections is to serve the people of the county by ensuring that the elections and related activities are handled in an honest and open fashion according to the New York State Election Law, and that all people are given an opportunity to express their opinions through the electoral system.

The Board maintains the current voter registration file necessary to allow for participation in federal, state, county, and local elections. The Commissioners and Deputy Commissioners also assist in educating the citizens on the importance of exercising their civic duties through our democratic election process. The Board of Elections is made up of equal representation from the two major political parties, as required by the Election Law.