Updates and Alerts




The League of Women Votes of Tompkins County (LWVTC) together with LWV of Cortland County worked intensively during the State redistricting process to ensure the voices of all members of our two counties were heard by the NYSIRC. LWVTC is now working to ensure that the voices of everyone in Tompkins County are heard by the Tompkins County Independent Redistricting Commission.  However, voices can only be heard if they are raised.  Click here for information on upcoming public hearings.


VOTE411 is a national, non-partisan election resource that provides a “one-stop shop” for all the information you need to register and cast your ballot, including when, where, and how to vote. 

In addition to many local government positions being up for election or re-election in Tompkins County, there will also be important state proposals on the ballot related to voting rights and the environment.

Launched as a community service in 2006 by the League of Women Voters, VOTE411 has helped people participate in elections, whether they are first-time voters or seasoned veterans at the ballot box. Voters can simply enter their home address to learn which elections are being held within their specific district and they can browse by state to explore other election resources. 

Every election is different, and VOTE411 provides the up-to-date information needed for each election, including how to register; candidate profiles; early and absentee voting opportunities; and election day polling places, dates and times. 

In addition, VOTE411 includes information on public forums and debates. To find information on local forums hosted by the League, you can also check

Voters’ Guide

Voters’ guides will be provided shortly before elections.

Candidate Forums and Recordings

LWV, Tompkins often facilitates candidate fora in weeks before elections. Upcoming fora and recordings of past fora are posted here.

Election Calendar

The next election in Tompkins County will be held on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 for the villages of Cayuga Heights, Dryden, Groton, and Trumansburg.  Here is the link to the pdf for the Political Calendar – Village Elections

Additional details for future elections with be posted on the Tompkins County Board of Elections website  in the left-hand column, under the heading Political Calendars.

Voting in Tompkins County

Tompkins County Board of Elections: 
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.

Board of Elections sources: 
Check your registration status and find out where to vote  
How to register to vote 
Absentee ballots
Absentee deadlines 

Voter Registration FormsEnglish  or  Spanish
Mail to:
Tompkins Court House Annex
128 E. Buffalo St.
Ithaca, NY 14850

Elected Officials

Election District Maps

Tompkins County Election Districts and Maps  Click Voters, Where Do I Vote?

New York State Election District Maps (Assembly, Senate Congressional)

Useful Contacts

Tompkins County Board of Elections
128 East Buffalo Street
Ithaca, NY 14850
Phone:  607-274-5522

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

The League of Women Voters of Tompkins County

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.


The League of Women Voters of New York State

The League of Women Voters United States