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Republican Primary For Suffolk County Legislator District 1 on June 27, 2023

Early voting has ended! Southold Republicans let’s send a clear message on June 27th that Catherine Stark 4 Suffolk is the Republican Candidate!


Information for the primary election for Tuesday, June 27, 2023 6 AM to 9 PM



If you don’t remember where your polling places are, please use the following link https://voterlookup.elections.ny.gov

Frequently Asked Question

How do I vote by Absentee Ballot


Please note effective January 1, 2022, an eligible voter may not cast a ballot on a machine at a poll site after the Board sends an absentee ballot to such voter following a timely request. Regardless of whether the absentee ballot was actually delivered by the postal service or was sent back to the Board, the voter will not be able to vote on a machine at a poll site. The voter may still vote by Affidavit Ballot at the poll site.


Am I eligible to vote in a Primary Election?


By law, in order to vote in the Primary of a major political party, you must be duly enrolled in that party.

Please go to https www.elections.ny.gov/VotingDeadlines.html (https://www.elections.ny.govVotingDeadlines.html) to obtain enrollment deadlines. Deadlines may be subject to change based upon future Executive Orders so you should periodically check the New York State Board of Elections website.


Why is my voter status listed as “inactive”?


By law, the Board is required to change your status to “inactive” when our mail to you is returned as undeliverable and when we are notified of a change of address by the US Postal system. Mail sent by the Board may not be forwarded even if you have provided the post office with a forwarding address.

Because the Primary Election has been moved to June, voter mail check cards are sent to voters in April as opposed to August.


As a result, it is not uncommon for registered voters who spend the winter months outside of New York to be listed as “inactive.”


To reactivate your registration:�You may either file a new Voter Registration form to update your information or send us a letter with your CURRENT information and address.


The letter should include your name, address, date of birth, and original signature. In the event you are unable to reactivate your registration within the time prescribed by law to enable you to vote by machine in an election, you will be permitted to vote by Affidavit Ballot. The Affidavit Ballot will reactivate your registration if you have not previously done so and your vote will be counted provided you complete the Affidavit Ballot envelope properly.


How will I know if my Affidavit Ballot is not counted?


In the event the law does not permit the Board to open and count an Affidavit Ballot, the Board will send the voter a letter advising that their Affidavit Ballot will not be counted and why




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