University at Albany
 

Let Your Voice Be Heard!

GENERAL ELECTION INFORMATION

Tuesday, November 3, 2015 is Election Day and the University encourages you to exercise your right to vote on that day.

Who's Running? Candidate Nominations Filed for the 2015 General Election (NYS Board of Elections site)

Voter Registration Deadlines (NYS Board of Elections site)

Registration forms are available via the link above or at the following campus locations:

  • Office of Student Involvement (Campus Center 130)
  • Fraternity and Sorority Affairs (Campus Center 333)
  • Disability Resource Center (Business Administration 120)
  • Student Association (Campus Center 116)

If you wish to vote on campus or locally on Election Day you must register to vote using your campus or local address. If you wish to ensure that you can vote for candidates in your home district, you must register with your permanent address. Only if you are enrolled in a political party will you be able to vote in that party's primary.

Important Absentee Ballot Deadlines (NYS Board of Elections site)

Request an absentee ballot if you are already registered to vote but will be away from your home district on Election Day.


WHERE DO I VOTE?

Below you will find information regarding local polling sites. If you have any questions, please direct them to the Office of Student Involvement at involvement@albany.edu or (518) 442-5566.

All polls open at 6:00 a.m. and close at 9:00 p.m.

On-Campus Residents

Students who register with an on-campus quad address can vote at the following locations. Please check your voter registration at the New York State Board of Elections website to ensure you are registered with the address of the quad you are currently living on.


Quad

Polling Site

Liberty Terrace

Campus Center Assembly Hall

Empire Commons

Campus Center Assembly Hall

Freedom Quad

Campus Center Assembly Hall

Colonial Quad

Campus Center Assembly Hall

State Quad

Campus Center Assembly Hall

Dutch Quad

Campus Center Assembly Hall

Alumni Quad

Albany High School

Indian Quad

Campus Center Assembly Hall

 

Off-Campus & Commuter Students

Students who register with an off-campus address must check the New York State Board of Elections website for your polling location.

Students who plan to vote in their home counties, please contact your county board of elections for your correct poll site information. If you live in the City of New York visit http://nyc.pollsitelocator.com/Search.aspx for your poll site information.