To find your federal, state and local representatives, click here.
Launched by the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF), Vote411.org is a national public one-stop-shop for nonpartisan election information, including how to register to vote or change your voter registion, information about absentee voting, early voting, where to vote, checking your resigtration status, what's on your ballot, upcoming debates in your area, and much more.
If you need additional assistance during election time--whether you're a first-time voter or just looking for some friendly reminders-- the New York State League of Women Voters Voter Services page has the information you need.
You can also register to vote or change your registration by using these local links:
Get a registration form (in English or in Spanish) online. Fill in the form online then print it. Or print it and then fill in the form by hand. Then you must sign the form and mail it in or hand deliver it to your local Board of Elections office.
See New York State Board of Elections for more information about
You can also find information about where to vote using these local links:
Ulster County Polling Place Lookup or call your local Clerk (see the Directory of Town, Village & City Clerks to find out who to call).
Dutchess County Polling Place Lookup
Early Voting http://www.dutchesselections.com/Early%20Voting.pdf