Vote in person on Election Day
Students who are registered to vote on campus will vote in the University Union for general elections. Students who register with their local off-campus address will vote at a polling site near their residence.
Polls in New York are open 6 a.m.– 9 p.m.
Vote in person during Early Voting
New York voters have the option to vote early. Early voting will take place June 17– June 25, 2023, for the June primary election.
Check the Broome County Board of Elections website for early voting hours and locations for upcoming elections.
If you are unable to vote in person, plan ahead to request an absentee ballot!
Information on Affidavit Voting
If you are registered to vote in New York and moved within the state without updating your voter registration address, you can likely still vote! Go to the polling place for your current address and let the poll worker know that you are a currently registered New York voter and need to request an affidavit ballot. Complete the ballot carefully using your current local address.
Do I need ID to vote?
New York voters do not typically need to show ID to vote. However, if the board of elections is unable to verify your identity based on the information you provided on your voter registration form, you may be asked to show ID the first time you vote.
Important voting dates and deadlines
See full details on dates and deadlines on the Vote and Advocate homepage.