It's Never Too Early to Make Your Voting Plan!
Register to Vote, Apply for your Absentee Ballot
Register to Vote
General Election - November 8, 2022
October 14, 2022 - Last Day to register in person, or to postmark the voter registration application if applying by mail. Mail in registration must be received by October 19, 2022.
Register to vote here.
Important new information about voting by absentee ballot for 2022:
All registered voters can request an absentee ballot due to concerns about COVID during the 2022 elections.
As of January 1, 2022, voters who decide to vote in person after submitting an application for an absentee ballot will be required to vote by affidavit ballot at the polls during early voting or on Election Day.
Apply for an Absentee Ballot here.
General Election - November 8, 2022
Absentee Ballot Timeline
October 24, 2022 - Last day to postmark, email or fax absentee application or letter of application for general election ballot.
November 7 - Last day to apply in person for general election absentee ballot.
November 8 - Last day to postmark general election ballot. Must be received by November 15, 2022.
November 8 - Last day to deliver general election ballot in person to the County Board of Elections, or any poll site in the county, by close of polls on Election Day.
Where To Vote On Election Day
Find your Polling site for Election Day at: voterlookup.elections.ny.gov/
Important notice for Claverack Voters:
Recent changes in Polling sites were made by the Board of Elections for some Claverack voters to comply with statutory size limits of Election Districts. Please verify your Polling location.
General Voter Information
Voting in the Town of Claverack and the Village of Philmont is governed by the Columbia County Board of Elections (BOE). We have included information and links below about verifying your voter registration status, registering to vote, making changes in your registration and voting by absentee. If you have any additional questions, please contact the BOE directly.
Find out if you are registered, and where your local polling site is located.
Voter qualifications, how and where to register to vote, fillable voter registration forms in English and Spanish. Signatures must be signed in ink for your application to be valid. Use the voter registration form to make these changes in registration:
Change of name
Change of address
Change of mailing address
Change of party
Change of contact information
Change of county where you live
Register to Vote Where It Really Counts
If you are a dual resident, we urge you to vote in Columbia County where elections are often decided by a handful of votes. Your vote in Columbia County makes a difference!
If you have more than one residence, you are entitled to choose one of them as your residence for voting purposes.
You have the right to choose which residence you register and vote from, as long as you have a legitimate, significant and continuing attachment to it.
There is no requirement that one’s driver license, insurance or any other specific document reflect the residence from which a person is registered to vote. Being able to show some indicia of residence is important in the event the registration is challenged.
Didn't Find What You Need or Have a Question?
e-Mail or call the Columbia County Board of Elections
Democratic Commissioner: Ken Dow
Democratic Deputy Commissioner: Erin E. Stamper
Paid for by the Claverack Democratic Committee. This communication is not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee.
Claverack Democratic Committee, PO Box 514, Claverack, NY 12513
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