Madison County Democratic Committee

 

 

Welcome to the Madison County Democratic Committee website. Located in the heart of Central New York, our community is great place to enjoy outdoor recreation, start a business, go to school, raise a family, and more.

Committee members are your co-workers, friends, and neighbors who volunteer some of their time with the Democratic Party. Every day, we serve our community and nation in different ways: from helping a child learn, to maintaining our roads, to defending our freedom overseas. 

We share a spirit of dedication to our community, our state, and our country. We stand for economic fairness, educational opportunity, and social justice. We'd love for you to join us in support of these values.

SUPPORT THE ONEIDA CITY DEMS 2020 CHALLENGE!

The Oneida City Democratic Committee recognizes that 2020 is a critical year and they plan to be up to the challenge! They are holding a 2020 fundraiser in which committee members have agreed to accept challenges such as playing the kazoo in the Memorial Day Parade (if the parade is held), dyeing or shaving their hair, or playing golf in a hot pink outfit. Somebody might even get a pie or two to the face!  

Given current social distancing requirements, all challenges will be done publicly when safe to do so or posted online for all to view in the safety and comfort of home. Details and donation information is available on the Oneida City Democratic Committee website. 

ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE?

Are you registered to vote? Every vote counts, every year!

Find out how to register to vote at the

Madison County Board of Elections website.

There will be three ways to vote in the primary: absentee ballot, early voting, and election day. What is your plan to vote in the primary?

 

If you want to vote by absentee ballot, you can simply send an email to the Madison County Board of Elections. No need to send in a paper absentee application. Absentee ballots can be requested up to June 16 and must be postmarked by June 22. You need to provide the following information: name, address, date of birth, reason for absentee (temporary illness), election (June 23rd primary), and mailing address if different from residence. Ballots will be mailed the second week of May.

 

Madison County Commissioner: BOEcommissioners@madisoncounty.ny.gov

 

Early voting will take place June 13-21. The Board of Elections will be releasing times and locations soon. On Primary Day, the polls will be open 6:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.

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