Polling Locations?

The Broome County Board of Elections has changed the polling place for 13 districts affecting about 6600 voters.
The change in venue was caused by everything from construction, to limited space, to poor lighting.
I'm one of the affected ones. I'd like more information on polling locations?

asked by Dog in Politics | 2447 views | 11-03-2009 at 09:14 PM

Here is a list of polling locations that have been changed.

***City of Binghamton***

Election District 33
Was: St. Andrews, 356 Conklin Avenue, Binghamton
Now: New Community Room, Building 5, Saratoga Terrace
60 Saratoga Ave., Binghamton

Election District 43
Was: St. Andrews, 356 Conklin Avenue, Binghamton
Now: Conklin Avenue First Baptist Church, 91 Baldwin St., Binghamton

***Johnson City***

Election Districts 15, 54 & 55
Was: Johnson City High School, 666 Reynolds Road, Johnson City
Now: Johnson City Middle School, 601 Columbia Drive, Johnson City


Election Districts 32 and 33
Was: Jennie F. Snapp, 101 Loder Avenue, Endicott
Now: Union Presbyterian Church, 200 E. Main St, (Loder Ave. Entrance) Education Bldg, Endicott


Election Districts 40 and 50
Was: Maine Endwell Middle School, 1119 Farm to Market Rd, Endwell
Now: Our Saviour Lutheran Church, 731 Hooper Rd., Endwell


Election District 1
Was: Senior Citizens Center, 201 Main Street, Vestal
Now: Vestal Public Library - 320 Vestal Parkway East, Vestal

Election District 7
Was: Town Highway Garage, 1801 Glenwood Road, Vestal
Now: Vestal Center Methodist Church, 472 West Hill Rd., Vestal

Election Districts 18 and 19
Was: Korean Baptist Church, 901 Murray Hill Road, Vestal
Now: Jewish Community Center, 500 Clubhouse Rd., Vestal

Make sure you bring the proper identification with you to the polls, such as a driver's license or utility bill. Any document that has been sent by the Fairfield County Board of Elections will not be acceptable identification.

answered by Casandra | 11-03-2009 at 09:16 PM

All polling locations open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m.

When going to the polls on Election Day voters may bring a sample ballot with them. Also bring a photo and signature ID to the polls.

If you have moved, notify the Elections Office before Election Day, and remember to double check your polling location for this election date.

answered by Guest | 11-03-2009 at 09:32 PM

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