Statement on Incident at Dryden Comprehensive Plan Meeting

The Town of Dryden firmly believes that diversity makes our community stronger. The more there is, the better. We strive to be an inclusive environment, and we welcome all people regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation. We know that each one of us possesses distinct traits, stories, and talents that are to be respected.

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Member Documents

These documents are for use by committee members: Tompkins County Democratic Committee TCDC February 2021 Newsletter Meeting Proxy Form (PDF) Rules for Circulating Petitions (PDF) Petitioning (PDF) TCDC Handbook and Bylaws (PDF) TCDC Party Platform (PDF)

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Candidates for Upcoming Elections

  Democratic Candidates for Upcoming Elections County Legislature City of Ithaca Town of Caroline Town of Danby Town of Dryden Town of Enfield Town of Ithaca Town of Lansing Town of Ulysses 6th Judicial District Convention Click or tap a button to go to a particular section. Tompkins County Legislature Nicole LaFave for District 1 votenicolelafave.com I am running for County Legislature because, in my heart of hearts, I am a public servant. I am running for County Legislature because we need more BIPOC women at the table with decision-making power who can empathize with the many experiences of our constituents that keep them trapped in intergenerational poverty and without access to resources to improve their life trajectory. I seek a seat at the table to be a voice for segments of our community that feel unseen and unheard. Travis Brooks for District 1 Brooks for Legislature With more than 30 years of living in this community, and 22 of those years devoted to serving the District 1 community, I look forward to tackling the challenges we face regarding affordable housing, living wage, access to community programs to support strong families, accessible and affordable child care, and opportunities for solid […]

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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 by calling the Tompkins County Board of Elections (274-5522) or by using 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. You can also use “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 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. Here is […]

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