Make Your Voice Heard--Vote!

As a United States citizen, you have the opportunity to influence the world around you, on a local, national, and even global level, simply by casting your vote in local, state and federal elections.

In partnership with the Andrew Goodman Foundation Vote Everywhere initiative and the Broome County Board of Elections, the Center for Civic Engagement wants to make sure you know what your voting rights are as a student in Broome County and how to exercise them.

Voting On Campus in Broome County

Students who have registered to vote in Broome County and who currently live in a residential community on campus will be able to vote on campus. 

  WHERE:

  Mandela Room

  University Union, Binghamton University

  WHEN:

  Election Day

  6:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

 

Voting Off Campus in Broome County

Students who register to vote in Broome County and who currently live off campus will be eligible to vote at a specified polling place near their residence.

  WHERE:

  Find Your Polling Place 

  Broome County Board of Elections

  NY Board of Elections

  WHEN:

  Election Day

  6:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

 

Absentee Ballots

Students who chose to register to vote at their permanent home address (typically a parent's address) must either request an Absentee Ballot or return to their home county to vote on Election Day. Please note that you must request an absentee ballot at least 7 days before Election Day, and the ballot must be postmarked the day prior to the Election.

Absentee Ballot

Other Resources

Here are a few resources offered by the League of Women Voters that you may find useful.

Last Updated: 4/17/17