Statement from NYS Democratic Chairman on Incoming Governor Kathy Hochul

New York will finally have its first female Governor and we could not be in better hands. From assisting her mother run a transitional domestic violence shelter to helping make the property tax cap permanent, Kathy Hochul has always and relentlessly fought for the people of New York. Her experience at all levels of government – Town Board Member, County Clerk, Congresswoman, and Lieutenant Governor, makes her uniquely well-equipped to effectively govern the State at this time. I am confident that incoming Governor Hochul’s empathy, work ethic and authentic concern for the welfare of its citizens will make her an outstanding Governor for our State. Jay S. Jacobs NYS Democratic Chairman

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Voting

Voting Find Your Voting Location You vote at a polling place. Several districts or wards may vote at a particular polling place. You can find your polling place with “Voter Lookup,” the NY State Voter registration page (https://voterlookup.elections.ny.gov). VoterLookUp allows you to: Confirm you are registered to vote in Tompkins County Confirm your current party affiliation and your voter status Identify your exact polling place and address Identify your election and voting districts For more information, you can call the Tompkins County Board of Elections  at 274-5522 or see the Board of Elections’ online maps. On those maps, boundaries in red are for county election districts, while boundaries in yellow are for town or city election districts. Polling places are marked. Who Can Vote in New York State Everyone who is a U.S. citizen, 18 years of age or older, can register to vote in New York State. You do not need to be enrolled in a political party to vote in a general election, but you do need to be enrolled in a party to vote in that party’s primary. You must already be registered to vote before Election Day. Call the Tompkins County Board of Elections (274-5522) for the deadline. […]

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