Board of Elections

284 Wall Street
Kingston NY 12401
Phone: 845-334-5470
Fax: 845-334-5434

Election Commissioners:

  • Victor Work (D)
  • Thomas F. Turco (R)

 

Official Federal Primary Election Results

2016 Shawangunk Special Election

Official Results

TOWN OF SHAWANGUNK COUNTY OF ULSTER PROPOSITION #1 (Vote for 1) 

Election Districts YES NO Blanks Voids Total
Shawangunk 1,2,6 77 89 0 0 166
Absentee/Affidavit 3 6 0 0 9
Total 80 95 0 0 175
Shawangunk 3,5,7 44 81 0 0 125
Absentee/Affidavit 1 4 0 0 5
Total 45 85 0 0 130
Shawangunk 4 15 26 0 0 41
Absentee/Affidavit 5 2 0 0 7
Total 20 28 0 0 48
Total 145 208 0 0 353

 


 

IMPORTANT DATES

  • August 19 - Last Day to Register to Vote for the State/Local Primary
  • August 24 - Last Day to file a Change of Address for the State/Local Primary
  • September 6 - Last Day to Mail an Absentee Ballot Application to the Ulster County Board of Election   
  • September 12 - Last day to apply in person for an Absentee Ballot at the Ulster County Board of Elections, 284 Wall Street, Kingston

 

NEW!  You too can be an ELECTION INSPECTOR! - To find out how, download, print, complete and mail this form to the Board of Elections, or send an email the Board at elections[at]co.ulster.ny[dot]us

 

What are the limits for Campaign Contributions? Click here to read the rules and regulations for County and Town offices in New York State or go to the New York State Board of Elections at http://www.elections.ny.gov/CampaignFinance.html for guides to campaign financing and access to public records.

 

Thinking about running for Public Office?  Here is a guide from New York State Board of Elections’ resources at http://www.elections.ny.gov/RunningOffice.html  

 

Attention all Members of the Military  --  and Spouses too!  If you are serving in another state or nation, you are still eligible to vote in all federal, state and local elections.  Click here for details:  http://www.elections.ny.gov/VotingMilitaryFed.html

 

Living abroad?  If you are a US Citizen who is working, studying or just living abroad, you may be eligible to register and vote in all federal elections (US Senator and Congress Member from your last US address, as well as President).  Click here for more information:  http://www.elections.ny.gov/VotingMilitaryFed.html 

Check the status of your absentee ballot request http://vic.ntsdata.com/ulsterboe/absenteestatuscheck.aspx