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Board of Elections

The SLC Board of Elections is a bi-partisan Board representative of the two major political parties as determined by the most recent Gubernatorial election.

The Board is responsible for the implementation of State Election Law and the administration of elections in St. Lawrence County.  In doing so, they are entrusted to ensure that each qualified voter has the opportunity to exercise his or her elective franchise, as well as to protect the integrity of the entire election process.

St. Lawrence County maintains voter registration data for approximately 60,000 active voters.  For election purposes, the County's 32 Towns and City of Ogdensburg are further divided into "election districts."  These election districts are determined by each municipality, based on its number of registered voters.  Currently, there are a total of 81 election districts throughout the county.

 

OUR REGULAR OFFICE HOURS, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, ARE WEEKDAYS, 8AM TO 4PM.

 

PARTY DESIGNATING PETITION SEASON IS UPON US:

March 2nd- First day for circulating and signing designating petitions. § 6-134(4)

March 22nd to March 25th - Dates for filing designating petitions. § 6-158(1)

March 29th - Last day to file authorization of the designation of a candidate who is not an enrolled member of the party for which the designation is being made. § 6-120(3)

March 29th - Last day to file certificate of acceptance or declination of designation. Acceptance required ONLY if candidate is not an enrolled member of the party. § 6-158(2)

 

HERE IS THE CURRENT 2021 POLITICAL CALENDAR FOR NEW YORK STATE.

 

Register To Vote!

Standard 2021 Voter Registration Form, for printing on LETTER-sized paper - 1 page

Standard 2021 Voter Registration Form, for printing on LEGAL-sized paper - 1 page

Accessible Voter Registration Form - MULTIPLE pages

 

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