VOTING / What Every Voter Should Know !

VOTING / What Every Voter Should Know !

The League of Women Voters has long been recognized as the premiere source for nonpartisan election information. Need some assistance during election time? Whether you're a first-time voter or just looking for some friendly reminders, the League has the information you need.

2020 Elections (as of April 13, 2020)

HOW DO I VOTE BY ABSENTEE BALLOT? FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
FOR 2020 JUNE ELECTION (4/13/2020)

DATES, DEADLINES, FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND MORE ON 2020 ELECTIONS

POSTPONEMENT OF APRIL PRIMARY AND ELECTIONS: FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (3/31/2020)

The State League is monitoring all proposals that affect the upcoming elections and will keep the public informed as to changes in dates, deadlines, absentee ballot availability, etc. Check back here as details emerge.

Updated 2020 Political Calendar (April 7, 2020)

2020 Updated Political Calendar

Presidential, Congressional, State, and Local Primaries, June 23, 2020

EARLY VOTING JUNE 13 - 21

  • May 29 is the last day to register in person or to postmark your voter registration form
  • June 16 is the last day to postmark application for absentee ballot by mail
  • June 22 is the last day to apply in person at board of elections for absentee ballot
  • June 22 is the last day to postmark absentee ballot
  • June 23 is the last day to deliver absentee ballot in person at board of elections

Vote411
VOTE411.org
Find the races and candidates on your specific ballot at www.vote411.org.

 

How to Register to Vote

For  access to Voter Registration  & Election Information go to the

Onondaga County Board of Elections

Click here for Voter Registration form

First Time Voting???

PDF iconClick here to learn what you need to vote for the first time  

 

 Electronic Voting Guide ( Will be available in the Fall of 2020) 

Find  all candidates running in your state and local elections.

The information includes biographical information and responses to questions posed by the League, as well as links to candidates’ social media and campaign websites.

All of this can be accessed online at VOTE411.org an easy-to-use electronic format.  Citizens can enter their addresses and view a customized sample ballot that includes photos of candidates, information about their positions on specific issues, their campaign websites and social media pages, and contact information for their campaign offices.