- Board of Elections
Board of Elections
Any eligible voter may vote:
Only voters who reside within districts with a contested primary and are enrolled in a political party with a contested primary may vote in the Primary Election. If you wish to check if you are eligible to vote in the Primary Election, please call us at (516) 571-VOTE.
Early Voting Locations and Hours for 2023 Primary Election
Early Voting Locations and Hours for 2023 General Election
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Board of Elections
The Board of Elections is a New York State mandated agency funded by Nassau County administered by a bipartisan representation of the two major parties in the state; the Republican and Democratic Parties.
- Register voters.
- Conduct Primary, General, and Special elections.
- Canvass election results.
- Certify election winners.
- Maintain registration records for those county residents who file a registration form either by mail or in person.
- Provide registration forms to schools, universities, post offices, libraries, Department of Motor Vehicles, and designated government agencies throughout the county.
To keep records up to date we use:
- Resident information from various sources including the Department of Health.
- Official notifications from other Boards of Elections in the state, and throughout the country.
- The National Change of Address Listing.
From these lists we transfer voters to new addresses, cancel those who have moved out of the county, and every April send registered voters a notice of registration to verify their residence and voting status.
For further information, you may contact us at our offices in Mineola either in-person, by phone, or by fax.
Nassau County Board of Elections
240 Old Country Road (5th Flr)
Mineola, New York 11501
Phone: (516) 571-VOTE (8683)
Fax: (516) 571-2058