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Updated: May 22, 2018

Did you know that a 17-year-old can pre-register to vote in the calendar year of their 18th birthday in New York State? Yes, they can!

Once they complete their registration form, the Board of Elections will process it, and will automatically activate their registration on the voter's 18th birthday.

That'll allow them to be eligible for any election on or after their birth date.

To check your voter registration or to get registered visit

Updated: May 22, 2018

If you're running for a political office in Broome County, then you'll want to get a copy of the 2018 Running For Office Book.

The book gives you a rundown of offices up for election, what it takes to get on the ballot - signature requirements, campaign finance, and enrollment numbers. There are copies of needed forms and a list of people and party officials you may need to contact.

The Book is available in chapters or in a full pdf form on our website under the Candidate/Party page. Plus, you can get a physical copy at the Board of Elections Office, 2nd floor of 60 Hawley St, Binghamton, NY 13901.

Here’s how to do it:

  1. hover over "Home" and click the "Running For Office Book"

  2. Click on the Full Book or any Chapter/Page to see it.

  3. Zoom in or out using the + / - on the right side of the pages.

  4. The Full Book or Any Chapter/Page can be downloaded or printed using the buttons in the upper right corner of the documents..

Members of the Broome County Board of Election will be posting news and information to help you understand the election process. Open, Fair, and Honest Elections!

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Whether you’re running for office or just an interested voter, the Board of Election is here to assist you.

Check on a registration status, update information, request an absentee ballot, or if you're a campaign a list of voters. The Board of Elections helps prepare for both ends of an Election, we're at your service and we'll keep you up to date!

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