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Board of Elections

Welcome to the Schenectady County Board of Elections website. We are a bipartisan agency responsible for all aspects of the electoral process, from voter registration to election results.  We are dedicated to providing the information and education needed by our residents to become effective and empowered voters.

Live Election Results

2022 General Election Day

Tuesday, November 8, 2022

Deadline to Register Before Election: Friday, October 14, 2022

Register to Vote!

November 8, 2022 General Election Information

Early Voting Dates

General Election - November 8, 2022

Saturday, October 29: 9am-5pm

Sunday, October 30: 9am-5pm

Monday, October 31: 12-8pm

Tuesday, November 1: 9am-5pm

Wednesday, November 2: 12-8pm

Thursday, November 3: 9am-5pm

Friday, November 4: 9am-5pm

Saturday, November 5: 9am-5pm

Sunday, November 6: 9am-5pm

Extended Hours for Absentee Voting

Tuesday, October 25, 2022 - Open until 7:00pm

Thursday, October 27, 2022- Open until 7:00pm

Saturday, October 29, 2022- Open 9:00am to 12:00pm

Monday, October 31, 2022- Open until 7:00pm

Wednesday, November 2, 2022- Open until 7:00pm

Saturday, November 5, 2022- Open 9:00am to 12:00pm

Early Voting Poll Sites

2022 Poll Sites- All eligible voters can vote at any of the early voting sites within the County.


Glenville Senior Center

32 Worden Road, Glenville, NY 12302


Niskayuna Town Hall

1 Niskayuna Circle, Niskayuna, NY 12309


South Schenectady Volunteer Fire Department #6

6 Old Mariaville Road, Schenectady, NY 12306


Hon. Karen B. Johnson Library

99 Clinton Street, Schenectady, NY 12305

Sample Ballots

Make your plan to vote and review a sample ballot before heading to the polls. Sample ballots have important information for voters. You can view the names of candidates on your ballot according to your Election District.

View Sample Ballots by Election District

Look Up Your Election District

Election Day Voting

Poll sites are open from 6am to 9pm on Election Day, November 8, 2022. 

Look up your polling place at

Important Voter Information

Register to Vote

Register to Vote with the New York State Board of Elections

November 8, 2022 General Election Deadlines: 

The deadline to register to vote for the November 8, 2022 General Election is October 14, 2022.

The voter registration form can be downloaded from the State Board’s website: One can also register or find forms at most state and federal government offices including the local public library and US Post Office.

Sixteen and 17-year-olds can pre-register now, they will be eligible to vote in any election on or after their 18th birthday.

Persons who are unsure whether they are registered, wish to verify their current address or party enrollment, find out where to vote or how to get an absentee ballot, may look-up that information at the State Board’s website:

Register to Vote     

Ballot Propositions

Proposal Number One, A Proposition "Clean water, Clean Air, and Green Jobs Environmental Bond Act of 2022

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Polling Sites

Not sure where to vote? Visit the New York State Board of Elections website and look up your polling place using your address.

Find your Polling Place

Download Complete List of Poll Sites

Election District & County Legislative Maps

Are You Looking For Your Election District? View an interactive Election District Map, download a printable PDF, or get access to new Geospacial files. 

Find Your Election District

Vote Absentee

Request an Absentee Ballot

Voters who are affected by COVID-19 pandemic and wish to apply to vote by absentee ballot to utilize the absentee ballot forms and check the box for “Temporary illness or physical disability” with no requirement for in-person signature or appearance to be able to access an absentee ballot. Applications for absentee ballots may be made by online submission, mail, email, fax or in person.

NYS Board of Elections Absentee Voting Website

Online Absentee Ballot Request

Print Forms:

Check Absentee Application Status



Accessible Absentee Ballot Application

New Yorkers with disabilities can vote in the privacy of their own homes with assistive technologies that will enable them to cast their ballots without the help of a family member or other person intruding on their right to a secret ballot. New York joins only a handful of states that offer accessible absentee ballots, including Michigan and Maryland.

A new, fully accessible absentee ballot application and absentee ballot delivery system is now available on the NYS Board of Elections website ( and can be accessed from the homepage, the "Absentee Voting" page and the "Meeting Voter Access Needs" page or at the direct link below.

Voters are required to file the new application as soon as possible, but no later than October 18th for the November 2rd General Election. The accessible ballot would be emailed to the voter who would use their own assistive technologies, such as a screen reader, a software program that enables a blind or visually impaired user to read and interact with the text that is displayed on their computer screen with a speech synthesizer, to independently mark their ballot. Learn more.

NYS Board of Elections website

Accessible Absentee Ballot Application


Accessible Absentee Ballot System Printing Services

Voters using the accessible absentee ballot system in need of printing services to print their ballot, can access such services at certain public printing resources, including but not limited to, libraries, print stores, shipping stores, and office supply stores.  Voters should contact their local printing resources for details on the printing services offered.   Voters using the accessible absentee ballot system can also print their absentee ballots at the Schenectady County Board offices. Located at 2696 Hamburg St., Schenectady, NY 12303. Office hours are Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

 In-person voting using an accessible Ballot Marking Device (“BMD”) during early voting or on Election Day is still available to voters with a disability who do not want to vote by absentee ballot using the accessible absentee ballot system.

Military and Overseas (Federal) Voting

Persons serving in the military, along with their spouses and/or dependents, may register as a military voter in New York, entitling them to receive an absentee ballot for all federal, state and local races that they would be otherwise entitled to vote in if they were to go to their assigned polling place based on their New York residence.

Poll Workers

The Schenectady County Board of Elections employs hundreds of poll workers on Election Day.  Application Here! 

Poll workers are responsible for performing a variety of tasks including: signing in voters, directing voters to their correct polling place, assisting voters that may need help voting and documenting information on appropriate forms. Bilingual individuals, speaking fluent English and Spanish, are also needed and encouraged to apply. 

In order to serve as a poll worker you must be a registered voter, resident of Schenectady County and attend a two to three hour training session.  Training sessions are scheduled at various times over the summer and fall.  You can select the time that is most convenient for you.  Day and night sessions are available.
You will be paid:

$40 for training 

$250 for serving as a poll worker on an Election Day (Hours are 5am-9:30pm)

$130 for serving as a poll worker for Early Voting Day (hours vary)

If interested in this position call 518-377-2469, email, or use our Information Request form.


Important Information for Candidates

Running for Office

Offices to be filled at the 2023 General Election

Notice to Candidates & Party Chairs

NYS Board of Elections Running for Office Page

Political Calendar

Petition Guidelines

Campaign Finance Training

Campaign Contribution Limits


Ballot Certification

Ballot Certification for the 2022 General Election

Voting Accessibility

There is a ballot marking device available for voters at the Schenectady County Board of Elections. Voters using the accessible absentee ballot system can also print their absentee ballots at the Schenectady County Board offices.

2696 Hamburg St.
Schenectady, NY 12303

The Board of Elections is open Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

Election Results

Primary Results

2013 Primary Election Results

2014 Primary Election Results

2015 Primary Election Results

2016 Primary Election Results

2017 Primary Election Results

2018 Primary Election Results

2019 Primary Election Results

2020 Primary Election Results

2021 Primary Election Results

2022 June Primary Election Results

General Election Results

2013 General Election Results

2014 General Election Results

2015 General Election Results

2016 General Election Results

2017 General Election Results

2018 General Election Results

2019 General Election Results

2020 General Election Results

2021 General Election Results

2022 General Election Results

 Board of Election Meeting Minutes


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