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Voter’s Guide for June 22 Primary Election — everything voters need to know about the June 22 Primary Election in Tompkins County.
Candidate Forums and Recordings
League of Women Voters of Tompkins County Co-sponsors Virtual Candidate Forums for the Danby Democratic Primary Elections, Saturday June 5th at 3:30 pm.
Together with the Danby Community Council, LWVTC was pleased to co-sponsor two Candidate Forums for the Danby Democratic Primary Elections being held on June 22nd, for two positions on the Town Council, and the position of Town Highway Superintendent.
The Forum was held over Zoom from 3:30 to 5:00 pm on Saturday, June 5th, starting with the candidates for Town Council and following with the candidates for Town Highway Superintendent. LWVTC moderated the Forum following League guidelines.
Candidates for two Town Council seats are H. Katharine Hunter, Ted Crane and Pat Woodworth. Candidates for Town Highway Superintendent are Keith Shipman and Anthony Wells.
For information about all Primary Races taking place in Tompkins County from June 8 onwards go to https://VOTE411.org the League of Women Voters one stop source for all information about elections from registering to vote to casting your ballot.
June 22, 2021: State and Local Primaries
New York State’s Primary Elections are closed primaries. This means that only voters enrolled by February 14 of this year, in a political party having a primary and living in the district where the primary takes place, are eligible to vote in that primary.
Information on local voting districts, political parties and polling locations: https://tompkinscountyny.gov/files2/boe/For_Voters/Primary1.pdf
Voter’s Guide for June 22 Primary Election — Everything voters need to know about the June 22 Primary Election in Tompkins County.
Election Day polls are open: 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM
Sample ballots: Scroll down to “State and Local Primary: https://tompkinscountyny.gov/boe/Additional_Information/Past_Results_files/Sample_Ballots
Early Voting will take place June 12th – June 20th
Dates and times: https://bit.ly/3hBkqPe
Location: Board of Elections, 128 E Buffalo St, Ithaca NY,
Phone: (607) 274-5522
November 2, 2021: GENERAL ELECTION
Voting in Tompkins County
Tompkins County Board of Elections: http://tompkinscountyny.gov/boe
128 East Buffalo Street, Ithaca, NY 14850
Provides a wide array of important information for voters including, local election calendars, offices to be filled, registration and absentee ballot forms and directions.
Election District Maps
Tompkins County Election Districts and Maps Click Voters, Where Do I Vote?
New York State Election District Maps (Assembly, Senate Congressional)
Tompkins County Board of Elections
128 East Buffalo Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
New York State Board of Elections
40 North Pearl Street – Suite 5
Albany, NY 12207.
Phone: 518-474-6220; For TDD/TTY, call the NYS Relay 711
Voter Services Committee:
The League of Women Voters of Tompkins County, Voter Services Committee, needs new members! We have many requests for assistance. Please send a note if you are a member of, or would like to join, the League, and can help with one or more activities.