Official 2023 General Election Results
National Poll Worker Recruitment Day!
August 23, 2023!!
What is a poll worker? Why should I sign up?
Poll workers are critical to the success of an election. Having an adequate number of poll workers to staff polling places on and before Election Day can ensure voters receive the assistance they need at the polls and can help provide a positive and smooth voting experience for all. By signing up to be a poll worker, you can Help America Vote.
While specific duties and compensation vary depending on location, poll workers are the face of the election office during voting. Most jurisdictions task election workers with setting up and preparing the polling location, welcoming voters, verifying voter registrations, and issuing ballots. Poll workers also help ensure voters understand the voting process by demonstrating how to use voting equipment and explaining voting procedures.
Online Guide for First-Time Voters
Being a first-time voter can feel intimidating as you navigate through new processes and learn the various steps to cast your vote. Luckily, with a few good resources and some guidance, you can feel confident walking into your polling station for the first time. Below are seven simple steps to follow to make your vote count.
Welcome to the Seneca County Board of Elections.
Our office hours are 9:00AM to 4:00 PM Monday – Friday
Main BOE Phone: 315-539-1760
Services provided include:
The Seneca County Board of Elections is a bi-partisan public office serving the voters of Seneca County. Our focus is to conduct fair and accurate Federal, State, County, Town, and Village elections.
- Administration of all federal, state and local elections
- Ballot preparation
- Maintenance of voting machines
- Absentee ballot coordination
- Oversee voter registration and maintain an accurate inventory of all eligible voters
- Collection of candidate financial disclosure reports
- The compilation, tallying and reporting of election results
- Providing election-related information and support to candidates, political parties and the general public
The 2023 Change of Enrollment (Party Change) cut off is February 14th, 2023 through July 5th, 2023.
2023 General Election Sample Ballots
How to Apply for an Absentee Ballot
You may apply for an absentee ballot in any of the following ways:
- By going in-person to the Seneca County Board of Elections at 1 Dipronio Drive, Waterloo, NY 13165
- By designating another person to deliver your application in-person to the Seneca County Board of Elections and receive your ballot.
- You may apply using the online Absentee Ballot Application portal: https://absenteeballot.elections.ny.gov/
- If you are visually impaired and require a ballot with accessible features you may apply using the online Accessible Absentee Ballot Application portal: https://absenteeballot.elections.ny.gov/home/accessible.
Voters using the accessible absentee ballot system in need of printing services in order to print their ballot can access such services at certain public printing resources, including but not limited to, libraries, print stores, shipping stores, and office supply stores. Voters should contact their local printing resources for details on the printing services offered. Voters using the accessible absentee ballot system can also print their absentee ballots at the County Board offices.
In-person voting using an accessible Ballot Marking Device (“BMD”) during early voting or on Election Day is still available to voters with a disability who do not want to vote by absentee ballot using the accessible absentee ballot system.”
Qualifications to receive an Absentee Ballot
- Absent from your county or on Election Day.
- Unable to appear at the polls due to temporary or permanent illness or disability.
- Unable to appear because you are the primary care giver of one or more individuals who are ill or physically disabled.
- A resident or patient of a Veterans Health Administration Hospital.
- Detained in jail awaiting Grand Jury action or confined in prison after conviction for an offense other than a felony.
Freedom of Information Requests (FOIL)
- 2023 General Election Candidates
- 2023 Campaign Finance Limits
- 2023 Signature Requirements
- 2022 General Election Candidates and Offices
- 2022 Campaign Contribution Limits