WELCOME to the Schuyler County League of Women Voters! Open to Women and Men in Schuyler County. You are invited to visit the pages of our LWV web site…
Our mission is to assist voters in getting facts, discussing the pros and cons of an issue, coming to a consensus or agreement on important issues, while informing and educating citizens in our community.It was that way in 1955 and over fifty years later, the Schuyler County League remains committed to the belief that "An informed vote, is an intelligent vote".For information about joining us or just attending a meeting, please refer to our Contact Page. Members may call or e-mail with any questions you have or for any information you may need.
In order to vote in the November 5, 2013 General Election, voter registration applications must be received by your respective Board of Elections (BOE) and follow these timelines: mail registration must be postmarked by October 11 and received by the BOE no later than October 16; in person registration at the BOE or other state entity participating in the National Voter Registration Act must be received by October 12 ; for individuals honorably discharged from the military and those who have become naturalized citizens since October 11, voter registration applications will be accepted, in person at the BOE, up until October 25. To obtain a voter registration form, absentee ballot (and timeframes for submission of absentee ballots), BOE locations and the listing of qualifications to vote, please go to the State BOE website at: http://www.elections.ny.gov/
The Schuyler County League of Women Voters wants all Schuyler citizens who may NOT have registered, newly moved to the area, or will reach age 18 in future, please consider registering to VOTE!
There will be upcoming local elections every year as well as NYS elections, depending on term expirations.
The Schuyler County Board of Electionstelephone number is 607-535-8195. To register to vote in future elections you will need; A form that can be obtained at the office of The Board of Elections in the Courthouse Building, 105 9th Street, Unit/Room 13 (in the basement) in Watkins Glen, New York, 14891. If you move from another state you will need to re-register. If you move to a different town or district within Schuyler County, you need to RE-REGISTER at your new address. Call the Board of Elections (607) 35-8195 and they will mail you 'Change of Address' card(s).
The Board of Elections office can mail you the form if you call and request one. Call (607) 535-8195 with any other questions you may have. Hours: Mon-Fri, 9:00 to 5:00 Closed for lunch: 1:00-2:00 PM The office also has free copies of a ‘Political Calendar’ of state-wide elections available to the public. Forms are also available at any Post Office in Schuyler County or to download the NYS Voter Registration Form. Forms are also available at one of the eight Town Halls in Schuyler County. All are in 607 Area Code.Call with any questions, and hours they are open.
Town of Catherine-594-2273 Town of Cayuta-594-2507 Town of Dix-535-7973 Town of Hector-546-5286 Town of Montour-535-9476 Town of Orange-962-2978 Town of Reading-535-7459 Town of Tyrone-292-3705
*Since Carrie Chapman Catt in 1920 founded the League of Women Voters, a number of men have always been a part of that history by supporting their wives, sisters and friends in the Women’s Suffrage Movement in seeking womens’ right to vote.During that year, the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution would include giving the right to vote to women.It is Ms. Catt who saw the need to inform and educate some 20 million women at the time, on how to vote in the Democratic process and to have the means to advocate non-partisan issues of policy. SO, MEN are members too…!