Find 12410 board of elections, elections departments, commissioners, and supervisors, board of registrars, and registrar of voters. Boards of elections provide information on voter registration, voting results, absentee voting, and primary elections.
Ulster County Board of Elections 284 Wall Street Kingston NY 12401 22.7 miles from 12410 845-334-5470
Delaware County Board of Elections 3 Gallant Ave Delhi NY 13753 29.1 miles from 12410 607-746-2315
Greene County Board of Elections 411 Main Street Catskill NY 12414 30.5 miles from 12410 518-719-3550
Sullivan County Board of Elections 100 Monticello Street Monticello NY 12701 31.8 miles from 12410 845-807-0400
Columbia County Board of Elections 401 State Street Hudson NY 12534 35.1 miles from 12410 518-828-3115
Dutchess County Board of Elections 47 Cannon Street Poughkeepsie NY 12601 35.9 miles from 12410 845-486-2473
Schoharie County Board of Elections 284 Main Street Schoharie NY 12157 41.7 miles from 12410 518-295-8388
Orange County: Board of Elections 75 Webster Avenue Goshen NY 10924 46.1 miles from 12410 845-360-6500
Otsego County Board of Elections 140 County Highway 33 Cooperstown NY 13326 48.5 miles from 12410 607-547-4325
Albany County Board of Elections 32 North Russell Road Albany NY 12206 53.5 miles from 12410 518-487-5060
Wayne County Board of Elections 925 Court Street Honesdale PA 18431 54.6 miles from 12410 570-253-5970
Pike County Board of Elections 506 Broad Street Milford PA 18337 54.7 miles from 12410 570-296-3426
Yes. All counties and local governments have an office charged with monitoring and conducting elections. In some jurisdictions, this entity may have a different name, such as Board of Registrars, but it has the same authority and responsibilities as a Board of Elections.
Some states have offices with the title Board of Elections. However, these state-level offices are usually established for the purpose of elections enforcement and the investigation of complaints. They do not have the breadth of responsibility for conducting elections typically associated with county and local boards of elections. In addition, all but three states have a Secretary of State with some elections oversight authority.
No. Once a voter is registered, he or she is permanently registered and will remain on the voter list until the voter is removed due to death or relocating to a new voting district.