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The League is a nonpartisan, political, grassroots organization of volunteers working for democracy through voter education, issue advocacy and civic participation. LWVH extends from Montauk to Riverhead on Long Island's South Fork
State Senatorial Debate Tuesday Oct. 25 at 7 pm at Hampton Library, Main St. Bridgehampton. Kenneth LaValle vs. Greg Fischer
Don't forget! Election Day is Tuesday November 8
The League is non-partisan -- we never support or oppose any political party or candidate for elective office. But we are political. Members are encouraged to fully take part in the political process. We hope that as you get to know us through this site, you'll consider joining us in person! The public is invited to attend all general League meetings. Check out our Calendar for scheduled events.
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REMEMBER: You must be registered in order to vote. You may register if you are 18 years of age by Election Day; a resident of the county for at least 30 days prior to the election, and a citizen of the United States. If you have moved since the last time you voted, you must re-register.
Contact: SUFFOLK COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS, P.O. Box 700, Yaphank Avenue Yaphank, NY 11980 (631) 852-4500
Mailing Addresses for Boards of Elections
Suffolk County BOE P.O. Box 700, Yaphank Ave. Yaphank, NY 11980 Tel:631-852-4500
New York City BOE Executive Offices 32 Broadway,7th Floor New York, NY 10004 Tel: 212-487-5300
To vote in a primary election, you must be registered as a member of the party holding the primary. To change your party enrollment, you must send the BOE a request no later than 25 days before the general election preceding the year you become eligible. In other words, to vote in the 2016 primary, you would have had to registered with the BOE 25 days prior to the 2015 election day.
In New York State the deadline for a previously registered voter to declare or change a party affiliation was October 2015. If you are a registered voter and did not declare or change party affiliation before 9 October 2015 you are not eligible to vote in the 2016 primaries. New registrants who declare a party affiliation when they register are eligible to vote in the 2016 primaries.
Congressional Primary - Tuesday 28 June 2016 Absentee ballot- Ballot request by mail no later than 21 June, in person no later than 27 June. Completed ballot returned by mail no later than 27 June, in person no later than 28 June. Change of Address no later than 8 June.
State and Local Primaries - Tuesday 13 September 2016 (subject to change)
- Absentee ballot- Ballot request by mail no later than 6 September, in person no later than 12 September.
- Completed ballot returned by mail no later than 12 September, in person no later than 13 September.
- Change of Address no later than 24 August.