Election Day FAQ

Election Guide

How can I confirm that I am registered to vote?

Confirm at New York Board of Elections.

Where do I vote?

BEACON

1st Ward
1st District
Lewis Tompkins Hose Co., 13 South Ave.
2nd District
Rombout Middle School Gymnasium, 84 Matteawan Road

2nd Ward
Lewis Tompkins Hose Co.
13 South Ave.

3rd Ward
1st District
Rombout Middle School Gymnasium, 84 Matteawan Road
2nd District, 3rd District
Forrestal Elementary School, 125 Liberty St.

4th Ward
Memorial Building, 413 Main St.

PHILIPSTOWN

Districts 1, 6, 10
Garrison Volunteer Fire Dept., 1616 Route 9

Districts 2, 3, 5, 11
United Methodist Church, 216 Main St.

Districts 4, 9
Continental Village Clubhouse, 49 Highland Drive

Districts 7, 8
North Highlands Fire House, 504 Fishkill Road

How do I find my election district?

Confirm at New York Board of Elections.

Who is on the ballot?

Click here for a list of candidates.

How can I confirm that the Board of Elections received my absentee ballot?

Click here for Putnam County.
Click here for Dutchess County.

I have not yet returned my absentee ballot. Can I still send it back?

It must be postmarked by today (Nov. 3) to be counted. Or you can drop it at a polling site.

I voted by absentee. Can I still vote in person?

Yes. Absentee ballots aren’t counted until after Election Day, so if you vote in person, election officials in New York state will void your mail vote.

Where can I see the results?

Check back at highlandscurrent.org after the polls close at 9 p.m. The results will also be posted below. However, the counting of absentee ballots will not begin in Dutchess and Putnam until next week, because New York allows them to arrive at the Boards of Elections up to seven days after the election, as long as they are postmarked by Election Day.

Click here for Dutchess County results.

Click here for Putnam County results.

Click here for New York state results.


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