Frequently Asked Questions(Click anywhere on the question text to view the answer.)
You may register to vote in the town or city clerk's office in the town or city where you are domiciled.
It may be easier for you to register with your community's supervisors of the checklist. By law, they are required to meet on a day that is 6 to 13 days prior to the election. Check the local newspaper(s) or call your clerk's office for the date and time of such meeting.Qualified individuals may also register to vote at the polling place on election day at all elections.No matter when or where you register to vote, you will be required to fill out a standard voter registration form, and you will be asked to show proof of identity, age, citizenship, and domicile. These qualifications may be established by signing affidavit(s).
When you vote on a party ballot in a state or presidential primary, you become a registered member of that party unless you fill out a card or sign a list to return to undeclared status with the supervisors of the checklist.
You may check your party affiliation on-line at Voter Information Look-up.
You may change your address within the same town or city with the clerk of the town or city where you are domiciled up to 10 days before any election or at any scheduled meeting of the supervisors of the checklist. You may also change your address with the inspectors of election (ballot clerks) who check in voters and provide ballots on election day at the polling place, so long as the address is within the same town or ward.
If you move outside the town or ward where you are registered, you have to re-register in the new town or ward if you wish to vote.