A presentation by
Monroe County Board of Elections Commissioners
Thomas F. Ferrarese
David Van Varick
Question and Answer session to follow
• What security measures does Monroe County take to protect voters and their votes?
• What issues do we have using the current paper ballots?
• What do voters need to know before Election Day?
• What election reforms are we seeing across the country and will we see any of them in New York State?
Monroe County Board of Elections Commissioners Thomas Ferrarese and David Van Varick to answer these and other questions about voting in 2016.
Wednesday, October 26 at 7pm
First Unitarian Church of Rochester
220 Winton Road South, Rochester 14610
Handicapped accessible, parking available
Watch the Live Candidate Debate
for 25th Congressional District between Louise Slaughter and Mark Assini
Tuesday, October 18 at
co-sponsored by the League of Women Voters of the Rochester Metropolitan Area and WROC-TV
GENERAL ELECTION—TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8th
Register in person by Friday, October 14th
Register by mail: Postmarked by Friday, October 14th and received by October 19th
Apply for absentee ballot in person by Monday, November 7th
Apply for absentee ballot by mail: postmarked by Tuesday, November 1st
Deliver ballot in person by Tuesday, November 8th
Deliver ballot by mail: postmarked by Monday, November 7th and received by Saturday, November 12th
NOTE: October 14 is also the last date to change or select your party in order to vote in primaries in 2017
Visit Vote 411 for learn the candidates' positions on issues.
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Rochester, NY 14610
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Podcasts of our forum panelists on Connections with Evan Dawson on WXXI-1370 FM are available.
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Do you want the inside story of what's happening in Albany? Read the Capitol Beat blog, written by Barbara Bartoletti, LWVNYS Legislative Director, and Jennifer Wilson, LWVNYS Director of Policy and Program