(after 5 p.m. and weekends)
New York State Poll Site Changes Due to Hurricane Sandy
The following resources have been made available by New York state to assist voters:
- Toll-free number to assist voters with questions about voting, poll site changes and absentee ballots - 855-NYS-SANDY (855-697-7263)
- Changes to NYC polling sites NYC Poll Site Location Changes (PDF 431kB) Check the NYC Board of Elections website vote.nyc.ny.us/html/home/home.shtml for the most up-to-date changes
- Additional poll site changes due to Hurricane Sandy - www.elections.ny.gov/CountyBOEStormInfo.html- be patient, this site loads slowly.
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Vote 2012 - An Interactive Forum Across the College
Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Learn more about United States politics and how to make informed decisions on Election Day.
- Role of Media in Elections
- The Development of 3rd Parties
- The Challenge to Voting Rights
- 2012 Election Nonissues
- Allyn VanDeusen, mentor (CNY)
- Chris Grill, mentor (NEC)
- Don Ellis, student (NEC)
- MaryNell Morgan, mentor (NEC)
- Mark Soderstron, mentor (CNY)
- Nan DiBello, dean (NFC).
The panels will be located at Empire State College locations across the state and video conferenced to your local center. You can participate in the video conference at any one of the college’s regional centers or watch the live stream on a computer by going to www.esc.edu/esc-tv.
Sign up online at www.formstack.com/forms/esc-vote2012 by Sept.23, 2012. Space is limited.
Contact Kameylah Hakim at 716-686-7800, ext. 3858 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Did you know?
Only two out of five voters can name the three branches of government. —Rick Schenkman, author of Just How Stupid Are We?
Inadequate voter knowledge prevents government from reflecting the will of the people. Voters who lack sufficient knowledge may be manipulated by elites. — Ilya Somin, "When Ignorance Isn't Bliss: How Political Ignorance Threatens Democracy.
The real safeguard of democracy … is education. – Franklin D. Roosevelt
Electing the President: A Guide to the Election Process Note: You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read PDF documents. If Acrobat Reader is not installed on your computer, you can download it for free from Adobe.
Learn about elections and voting at USA.gov
New York State Board of Elections
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Register to Vote
- Voter Registration Deadlines
- Absentee Voting
- Military and Overseas Federal Voting
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