Absentee Voting

To Qualify to Vote by Absentee Ballot...

  • Absent from your county or, if a resident of New York City absent from said city, on Election Day.

  • Unable to appear at the polls due to temporary or permanent illness or disability; or because you are the primary care giver of one or more individuals who are ill or physically disabled.

  • For COVID-19 Pandemic / Social-Distancing Concerns use reason "temporary illness or physical disability."

  • 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.

Once you qualify, what status types of Absentee Voters are you?

  • Civilian Absentee - (pandemic concerns, traveling, temporary illness, student at school, etc.)

  • Permanent Absentee - (limited mobility, age, or permanent health issues)

  • Special Ballot Absentee - (election workers, religious objection, victim/witness protection)

  • Military Absentee - (active service, guard, merchant marine, or spouse/dependent)

  • UOCAVA Absentee - (U.S. Citizen traveling/residing/studying abroad temporarily)

  • Federal Absentee - (U.S. Citizen residing outside the country indefinitely)

  • Accessible Absentee - (voters visually impaired or in need of a Ballot Marking Device)

ONLINE ABSENTEE APPLICATIONS:
(DEADLINE 10/27/2020)

Determine your type of Absentee from above and click the associated button below to apply.

PRINTABLE APPLICATIONS
(APPLICATIONS DELIVERED OVER THE COUNTER 11/2/2020)

Determine your type of Absentee from above and click the associated button below to apply.

Applications can also be dropped off in person to the Board of Elections.

How to cast your Absentee Ballot:

Once the Board of Elections has processed your application and they will issue you an Absentee Ballot.

Absentee Ballots require one First Class US Postage Stamp. Those Ballots

can also be returned in-person to the Board of Elections, in-person at

an Early Voting Center or Election Day Poll Site (during voting hours). 

Check Your Absentee Status:

You can check on the status of your absentee ballot - application processing date, ballot mail date, or ballot received date - find out yours by clicking the link below:

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Official Website of the Broome County Board of Elections.

PO Box 1766, Binghamton, NY 13902

Phone: 607-778-2172   Fax: 607-778-2174