Voter Resources

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On the Ballot for 2020

the democratic primary ballot includes presidential candidates, delegates and alternate delegates pledged to those candidates. while uncommitted delegates are allowed to run, there are none on the ballot at the time this sample was produced:

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Where to Vote


New Baltimore has four voting districts.

District 1: Votes at Cornell Hook and Ladder Firehouse, Gill Road, New Baltimore

District 2: Votes at New Baltimore Town Hall, County Route 51, Hannacroix

District 3: Votes at Medway-Grapeville Firehouse, County Route 51, Medway

District 4: Votes at New Baltimore Town Hall, County Route 51, Hannacroix

If you are not sure what district you are in, click to see a map of voting district boundaries. If you still need help to figure out what district you are in and where to vote, contact us.

Voter Registration Info

You can register to vote by mail, in person or on line.
If you are not sure whether you are registered to vote or not, you can CLICK HERE to find out. If you have questions about registering to vote you can call the Greene County Board of elections at My Voter Search page on the NYS Board of Elections website to check to see if and how you are registered in New York State.

ONLINE REGISTRATION – To register online you must have a NYSDMV issued identification and complete the brief form here:

BY MAIL or IN PERSON – To register by mail or in person, you will need to complete a voter registration form that you can download here. You can also call the NYS voter registration hotline at, on any business day throughout the year but, to be eligible to vote in the General Election, your application form must be received no later than October 12th. (If honorably discharged from the US Military or have become a naturalized US Citizen after October 12th, you may register in person at the Board of Elections up until October 28th.)

Notices of change of address from registered voters received no later than October 16, 2019 by a county board of elections must be processed and entered in the records in time for the General Election.

An application to change one’s party enrollment for NEXT YEAR – 2020 – MUST be received by the board of elections no later than October 11, 2019

Voting by Absentee Ballot

Voting by absentee ballot
This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Andrew Cuomo has issued executive orders that New Tork State voters can vote in both the primary election (June 23) and the presidential election (November 3) OF 2020. If you are not sure you will be able to get to the polls, OR IF YOU ARE MAINTAINING SOCIAL DISTANCE FOR YOUR HEALTH OR THOSE IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD, you can vote by absentee ballot.
It is important and it is an easy process. First you have to fill out the application for absentee ballot and mail it to the Greene County Board of Elections, 411 Main Street, Catskill NY, 12414. It must be postmarked at least 7 days before the election (October 29, 2019 at the latest by mail). If you are late the form can be hand delivered BY SOMEONE OTHER THAN THE VOTER to the board of elections up to the day before the election.


(voter registration deadline information)

**Pursuant to Executive Order 202.15 issued April 9, 2020, voters may request and vote via an absentee ballot for any election held between June 23, 2020 and November 3, 2020 due to the potential to contract the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). To request an absentee ballot, voters may fill out an absentee ballot application and check “temporary illness or physical disability” as the reason they are requesting an absentee ballot. A voter may request an absentee ballot as follows:

  • Applications for Absentee Ballots are available at your county board of elections.
  • You may also download a PDF version of the New York State Absentee Ballot Application Form:
  • Upon completion, applications must be mailed, emailed or faxed to your county board no later than the seventh day before the election or delivered in person no later than the day before the election.
    • your name and date of birth
    • the address where you are registered
    • an address where the ballot is to be sent
    • the reason for the request.
    • You may also request an Absentee Ballot by sending a letter to your county board of elections. The letter must be received by your county board no later than seven days before the election. The letter must contain the following information:
    • The letter may be sent via mail, email or fax. Here is the contact and absentee information for all County Boards for you to email, mail or fax an application.
  • If you are a voter with special needs, you may also apply for an accessible absentee ballot using the Accessible Absentee Ballot Application (pdf 119KB).

Next, the Board of Elections will send (or hand) your absentee ballot materials to you after your application is received and processed.

You will receive two envelopes in addition to the ballot. The first (outside) envelope will include identifying information so that the BOE can check that you did not sign in at the polls on election day.  In order to keep your ballot secret, there is a second envelope to contain the ballot. This envelope has no identifying information. The two are separated before the ballot envelope is opened.

The ballot must either be postmarked no later than the day before the election or personally delivered to the board of elections no later than the close of the polls on election day.

Detailed instructions, including options to make it more convenient for military or persons with disabilities are printed on the back of the absentee ballot application.


In order to accommodate voters with disabilities, several measures have been made to ensure that voters can apply for, and vote, with an absentee ballot in an independent and private manner. A screen readable and fillable absentee ballot application is available on the New York State Board of Elections website. Executive Order 202.15 allows voters to email, mail, fax or deliver in person the application to your local county board of elections. Per the Executive Order, there is no requirement for in-person signature or appearance to receive an absentee ballot. Additionally, ballot marking devices will be available at local boards of elections’ offices to ensure that voters will be able to vote their absentee ballot independently and privately without having to visit an Early Voting site or poll site. Executive Order 202.26 provides that, upon transmitting or mailing absentee ballots to voters, a local board of elections shall maintain a ballot marking device in its office. Further accommodations may be available upon request at your local county board. [See above for downloadable forms.]

2020 Voting by Absentee Ballot Deadlines


Date Deadline Information
June 16 Last day to postmark an application or letter of application by mail, or send an email or fax for an absentee ballot.
June 22 Last day to apply IN-PERSON for absentee ballot.
June 23 Last day to postmark ballot. Must be received by the local board of elections no later than June 30th.
June 23 Last day to deliver ballot IN-PERSON to the local board of elections (by someone other than the voter).


Date Deadline Information
October 27 Last day to postmark an application or letter of application by mail for an absentee ballot.
November 2 Last day to apply IN-PERSON for absentee ballot.
November 2 Last day to postmark ballot. Must be received by the local board of elections no later than Nov. 10th. Military Voter Ballots must be received no later than Nov. 16th.
November 3 Last day to deliver ballot IN-PERSON to the local board of elections (by someone other than the voter).



Democratic Nominating Caucus & Potluck

July 12, 2021 @ 6:30 pm

Symbol of the Democratic party

We are holding our required 2021 Democratic nominating caucus on Tuesday, July 20, at 6:30 pm at the District 2 Town Park (Cecil Hallock). All registered Democrats and friends of the New Baltimore Democratic Club are invited to attend. Only registered Democrats who have NOT signed petitions for the Independent Hills & River Line are invited to join us to endorse our candidate for Town Council.

This event will be a potluck so we can mingle and meet more of our neighbors! Bring a dish or a beverage to share! 

Eilleen Vosburgh

Meet & Greet at Honey Hollow Brewery

October 24, 2021 @ 4:00 pm 6:00 pm

photo of two pilsner glasses on a bar

Come on out! No charge, free pretzels, wonderful craft beers available for purchase, and meet our amazing 2021 New Baltimore Candidate for Town Council! Stop by one of New York’s finest breweries right here in our neck of the woods and meet Town Council candidate Thomasina Winslow. 316 East Honey Hollow Road, Earlton, NY. 4 pm. Questions: Contact Eilleen at 518-756-8113. 

Honey Hollow Brewery

316 E Honey Hollow Road
Earlton, New York 12058 United States
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Early Voting for 2020 General Election

Soup Social in Hannacroix

October 3, 2021 @ 4:00 pm

Photo by Louis Hansel on Unsplash

The perfect fall evening for a bowl of warm welcoming soup and a chance to meet Town Council candidate Thomasina Winslow at the home of Nancy and David Faul. Special musical guest Paul Quigley, classical guitarist. 1028 Route 51, Hannacroix, NY. 4 pm. Questions: Contact Eilleen at 518-756-8113.