Tag: Elections

Unofficial Election Results from November 8

The Columbia County Board of Elections site shared unofficial election results for the General Election at 11:16 pm on November 8th. At that time, several hundred absentee and affidavit ballots remained to be counted. Here are those results:

General Election, November 8, 2022
Governor & Lieutenant Governor
Kathy Hochul & Antonio Delgado15,613 
Lee Zeldin & Alison Esposito13,438 
NYS Comptroller
Thomas DiNapoli (DEM, WOR)17,056 
Paul Rodriguez (REP, CON)11,668 
NYS Attorney General
Letitia James (DEM, WOR)15,948 
Michael Henry (REP, CON)12,850 
U.S. Senator
Charles Schumer (DEM, WOR)16,287 
Joe Pinion (REP, CON)12,472 
Diane Sare (LAR)77 
Representative in U.S. Congress (19th C.D.)
Josh Riley (DEM, WOR)15,598 
Marcus Molinaro (REP, CON)13,263 
NY Supreme Court Justice, 3rd Jud. District (3 elected)
Heidi Thais Cochrane (DEM, WOR)14,892 
Sharon Graff (DEM, WOR)14,678 
Meaghan Galligan (DEM, WOR)14,589 
Thomas Marcelle (REP, CON)13,491 
NY State Senator (41st S.D.)
Michelle Hinchey (DEM, WOR)15,438 
Susan Serino (REP, CON, IND)13,285 
Member of Assembly (106th A.D.)
Didi Barrett (DEM)11,228 
Brandon Craig Gaylord (REP, CON)8,132 
Member of Assembly (107th A.D.)
Scott Bendett (REP, CON)5,752 
County Clerk
Holly Tanner (REP, CON)17,939 
County Coroner (2 elected)
Michael Blasl (REP, CON)17,308 
Write-in1,436 
Hudson – Member of Common Council (3rd Ward)
Amber Harris (DEM)341 
Ancram – Town Justice (2 elected)
Catherine Redlich (DEM, REP)631 
Suzan Flamm (DEM)380 
Richard Novik (REP)371 
Austerlitz – Town Council
Christopher Schober (DEM)703 
Claverack – Town Justice
Michael H. Brandon (REP)1,660 
Kinderhook – Town Council
George J. Graham (REP, CON)2,788 
Livingston – Town Council
Fred Conte (Write-in)257 
James Kelly (Write-in)152 
Stockport – Town Justice
Malcolm G. Smalley (REP, CON)746 
Taghkanic – Town Justice
Robert Prochera (REP, CON)327 
New York State Prop 1 (Environmental Bond Act)
Yes17,551 
No10,194 
New Lebanon – Prop 1 (Highway Superintendent)
Yes449 
No595 
Hudson – Prop 1 (Ward Boundaries)
Yes1,328 
No383 
Hudson – Prop 2 (Library Funding)
Yes1,442 
No387 
Claverack – Prop 1 (Library Funding)
Yes1,656 
No907 
Kinderhook – Prop 1 (Library Funding)
Yes2,546 
No1,621 
Chatham – Prop 1 (Library Funding)
Yes1,690 
No539 
Germantown – Prop 1 (Library Funding)
Yes666 
No321 

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2021 General Election Early Voting Information

The Columbia County Board of Elections site has some important info on voting in the upcoming General Election, and how to vote early. Visit their site for all the info and requirements

Early Voting Locations for 2021 General Election:

Columbia County Office Bldg.
401 State Street
Hudson, NY 12534

Martin H. Glynn Municipal Center
3211 Church Street
Valatie, NY 12184


Early Voting Times for 2021 General Election (Remaining):

  • Tuesday, October 26 From 9am-5pm
  • Wednesday, October 27 From 12pm-8pm
  • Thursday, October 28 From 9am-5pm
  • Friday, October 29 From 9am-5pm
  • Saturday, October 30 From 9am-2pm
  • Sunday, October 31 From 9am-2pm

2021 General Election is Tuesday, November 2nd

Polls will be open from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM

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Are You Registered to Vote?

The deadline to register to vote in New York is October 9th. New York offers online voter registration. You can register by mail to vote in New York by printing a voter registration form, filling it out, and mailing it to your local election office. You can also register to vote in person if you prefer.

If you need to check to see if you are already registered, you can do that at https://voterlookup.elections.ny.gov.

Early Voting in New York State will begin prior to the November 3rd General Election and will be from Saturday, October 24th through Sunday November 1st.

Columbia County Early Voting Hours:

Sat Oct 24: 9a-2p
Sun Oct 25: 9a-2p
Mon Oct 26: noon-8p
Tues Oct 27: 9a-5p
Wed Oct 28: Noon-8p
Thurs Oct 29: 9a-5p
Fri Oct 30: 9a-5p
Sat Oct 31: 9a-2p
Sun Nov 1: 9a-2p

Columbia County registered voters can vote at the early voting site located at 401 State Street, Hudson, NY 12534, no matter where in the county they reside. Voting during early voting is the same as voting on Election Day. When you get to the early voting site, you will check in to vote, receive your ballot, and vote as any other election.

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2020 General Election Early Voting Information

The Columbia County Board of Elections site has some great info on how to vote early in the upcoming General Election. In New York State, all registered voters can vote in-person before Election Day at one or more voting sites in their county.

Early Voting in New York State will begin prior to the November 3rd General Election and will be from Saturday, October 24th through Sunday November 1st.

Columbia County Early Voting Hours:

Sat Oct 24: 9a-2p
Sun Oct 25: 9a-2p
Mon Oct 26: noon-8p
Tues Oct 27: 9a-5p
Wed Oct 28: Noon-8p
Thurs Oct 29: 9a-5p
Fri Oct 30: 9a-5p
Sat Oct 31: 9a-2p
Sun Nov 1: 9a-2p

Columbia County registered voters can vote at the early voting site located at 401 State Street, Hudson, NY 12534, no matter where in the county they reside. Voting during early voting is the same as voting on Election Day. When you get to the early voting site, you will check in to vote, receive your ballot, and vote as any other election.

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Columbia County Election Results 2017

If you are looking for official election results for every town in Columbia County, check out the Columbia County Board of Elections site by clicking here.

The site gives you a full breakdown of every vote cast for each candidate. Here’s an example of what you will find on the site:

 

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