HEADLINE UPDATES: 
(see below for details)

Village of Chatham Unofficial Results (March 16, 2021; also 6 absentees to be counted)
Mayor: John Howe (28)
Village Trustee (top two elected):
Jaimee Boehme (25)
Pete Minahan (28)


NEW: There will be NO Opportunity to Ballot ("OTB") Petitioning in 2021. OTB petitioning was eliminated for 2021 by Chapter 69 of the Laws of 2021. This change is only for the year 2021.


Village Elections: Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Village of Chatham
Village of Kinderhook
Village of Philmont
Village of Valatie


REVISED ELECTION DISTRICTS ARE NOW IN EFFECT FOR 2021 COUNTY COMMITTEE PETITIONING. (February 22, 2021)
To comply with statutory size limits, Election District have been added and/or changed in eight towns:
Chatham, Claverack, Clermont, Copake, Gallatin, Ghent, Greenport, & Livingston.
For candidates circulating petitions for County Committee seats and voters signing them, the new Election Districts and revisions will be in effect for March 2021 petitioning. A description of the changes is here and draft maps are here.

You can look up your Election District here.

Party Enrollments by Election District and Designating Petition signature requirements are here.

Nearly all voters will continue to vote at the same polling place as in the past.


PARTY CHANGE DEADLINE:
FEBRUARY 14.
A change of party enrollment received after February 14 will become effective on June 29--after the Primary Election--so it would be effective with respect to a caucus held on or after June 29.


FINAL CERTIFIED 
PRESIDENTIAL,
FEDERAL and
STATE RESULTS
2020 General Election
November 3, 2020--CLICK HERE
For Certification by Party, CLICK HERE.
These results include all voting.
Last update: Dec. 2, 4:00 PM

LOCAL RACES, FINAL RESULTS
--CLICK HERE (Austerlitz, Claverack, Copake, Hillsdale, and Kinderhook Town Races)

For results by Town and Election District, CLICK HERE (Complete results.) 




VILLAGE of CHATHAM ELECTION, September 15, 2020


*    Presidential and Federal Primary election results are posted at the links below.





Due to Covid-19, we ask that voters attempt to do election related business by phone, mail, or email.  

Phone (518) 828-3115

Here are some commonly requested forms from the Board of Elections:


NYS Voter Registration Form:

COMMON USES:

*Change of Name                    *Change of Party

*Change of Address                 *Change of Contact Information

*Change of Mailing Address      *Change of County Where You Vote

ALL SIGNATURES MUST BE SIGNED IN INK FOR YOUR APPLICATION TO BE VALID

https://www.elections.ny.gov/NYSBOE/download/voting/voteregform-eng-fillable.pdf

NYS Absentee Ballot Form:

https://www.elections.ny.gov/NYSBOE/download/voting/AbsenteeBallot-English.pdf

Didn't find what you need or have a question? 

E-Mail or call us at:

elections@columbiacountyny.com

(518) 828-3115


Deadline Feb 14th for Party Enrollment Changes: 

  • To vote in a primary election, if your party is having a primary, you must be enrolled in that party by February 14th of the year in which it occurs. If you want to change your party enrollment, your properly completed Voter Registration Form must be IN HAND at the Board of Elections by Friday, February 14th. 
  • Please note: A change of enrollment completed on MyDMV on February 14th will not be considered timely for this year's primary elections.
  • Any change of enrollment received after February 14th will take effect after the primary election of that year.

2021 Election Schedule
March 16 (Tues): Village Elections -- check your village website for polling hours
June 22 (Tues): Primary Election -- polls open 6am-9pm; early voting June 12-June 20
Nov 2 (Tues): General Election -- polls open 6am-9pm; early voting Oct 23-Oct 31

2019 General Election
Certified results:

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Office hours at the Board: 8am-4pm, M-F. 

For Austerlitz Voters
You now vote at the Town Hall at 812 Route 203 in Spencertown instead of at the firehouse.
For Stockport Voters
You now vote at the American Legion Hall at 107 County Route 25 (across Route 25 from the firehouse).
For City of Hudson Voters
City ward boundaries changed on January 1, 2017 due to the passage of Proposition 1 in the November 2016 election. See the Board of Elections' press release of February 14, 2017 and the attached map for more information.