Elections

Livingston County


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Absentee Application
(File Electronically
Village 2021 Election)

Absentee Application
(Fill out print and mail in)

                      Accessible Electronic Absentee Village 2021

Accessible Electronic Absentee Ballot Application


A. Deadline for Submission
Any application for an accessible ballot must be submitted by the deadline for applying for a ballot by mail, seven days before the election.

B. Signature on Application Form
The accessible PDF ballot application may be signed by means of a text-typed or electronic signature.  However, a “wet “signature will be required on the returned oath envelope, or the envelope can bear a mark in accordance with the Election Law.



Sample Village 2021 Ballots

Dansville

Lima

Livonia

Mt. Morris





Village General Election
March 16, 2021


Pursuant to EO No. 202.89, the potential for contraction of the
COVID-19 virus is an allowable reason for requesting an absentee ballot.  Please choose "temporary illness"On the
Absentee Ballot application.
  

Deadline to request an Absentee Ballot by mail is March, 9, 2021.

There will be NO early voting for the Village Election.


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


 2021 Elections


General Village Election:  March 16, 2021 Noon - 9:00 PM

State/Local Primary: June 22, 2021 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM

General Election: November 2, 2021 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.