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**2022 POLITICAL CALENDAR** PRIMARY ELECTION DATES
40 NORTH PEARL STREET - SUITE 5,
ALBANY, NEW YORK 12207 (518) 474-6220
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~on IFeb 28 IPARTY CALLS: Last day for State & County party
?6-134(4)
chairs to file a statement of party positions to be I ~ Apr 4-7 Dates for f
June 28, 2022 November 8, 2022
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Apr 11 Last day to
Apr 11 Last day to
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itions. ?6-158(1) 1 Mar 2-2 -Fi-rst d-ay -for s-ign-ing O-TB-pet-itio1 ns. ?6--16-4 ~
April 14 Last day to file OTB petitions. ?6-158(4)
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Apr 15 Last day to fill a vacancy after a declination. JUDICIAL DISTRICT CONVENTIONS
?6-158(3) Minutes of a convention must be filed within 72 hours of
CERTIFICATION OF PRIMARY Apr 19 Last day to file authorization of substitution after adjournment. ?6-158(6)
** Please be aware that since May 4 Certification of primary ballot by SBOE of declination of a designation. ?6-120(3) Aug 4 - 10 Dates for holding Judicial conventions. ?6-158(5)
designations filed in its office. ?4-110
this is a re-districting year this May 5 Certification of primary ballot by CBOE of Aug 11 Last day to file certificates of nominations.
calendar is subject to change designations filed in its office. ?4-114 PARTY NOMINATION OTHER THAN PRIMARY ?6-158(6)
Feb 8 - Dates for holding state committee meeting to Aug 15 Last day to decline nomination. ?6-158(7)
Mar 1 nominate candidates for statewide office.
~ by the Legislatu~ re and should CANVASS OF PRIMARY RESULTS
?6-104(6)
be used advisedly. **I 1 July 1-1 -Can-va- ss o-f Pr-ima-ry- retu-rns-by-Co-unt-y B- oar- d of~ ~ Mar 1 First day to- hold a town caucus~ . ?6-108 ~Aug=19 =L
FILING REQUIREMENTS: All certificates and petitions of
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Elections. ?9-200(1) July 8 Last day to decline all party nominations after SIGNATURE REQUIREMENTS FOR
July 11 Verifiable Audit of Voting Systems. ?9-211(1) primary loss. ? 6-146(6) DESIGNATING AND OPPORTUNITY TO
designation or nomination, certificates of acceptance or July 18 Recanvass of Primary returns. ?9-208(1) July 12 Last day to fill vacancy after declination by BALLOT PETITIONS ?6-136
declination of such designations or nominations, certificates of primary loser. ? 6-158(3) 5% of the active enrolled voters of the political party in the political
authorization for such designations or nominations, certificates July 18 Last day to file authorization of substitution after unit or the following, whichever is less:
of disqualification, certificates of substitution for such GENERAL ELECTION DATES declination by primary loser. ? 6-120(3) For any office to be filled by all the voters of:
designations or nominations and objections and specifications of Nov 8 General Election. ?8-100(1)(c) July 28 Last day for filing nominations made at a town or The entire state .......................................................................15,000
objections to such certificates and petitions required to be filed Oct 29 - Nov 6 Days of Early Voting for the General village caucus or by a party committee. ?6-158(6) (with at least 100 or 5% of enrolled voters from each of one-half
with the State Board of Elections or a board of elections outside Election. ?8-600(1) July 28 Last day to file certificates of nomination to fill of the congressional-districts)
of the city of New York shall be deemed timely filed and
accepted for filing if sent by mail or overnight delivery service, vacancies created pursuant to ? 6-116, ?6-104 & *New York City.....................................................................7,500
?6-158(6) *Any county or borough of NYC...........................................4,000
in an envelope postmarked or showing receipt by the overnight CERTIFICATION OF GENERAL ELECTION BALLOT Aug 1 Last day to accept or decline a nomination for *A municipal court district within NYC.................................1,500
*Any city council district within NYC...................................... 900
delivery service prior to midnight of the last day of filing, and Sept 14 Certification of general election ballot by SBOE of office made based on ? 6-116 & ?6-158(7) Cities/counties having more than 250,000
received no later than two business days after the last day to file
such certificates, petitions, objections or specifications. Failure nominations filed in its office. ?4-112(1)
of the post office or authorized overnight delivery service to Sept 15 Certification of general election ballot by CBOE of Aug 1 Last day to file authorization of nomination made inhabitants...........................................................................2,000
based on ? 6-116. ? 6-120(3) Cities/counties having more than 25,000 but not more than
deliver any such petition, certificate, or objection to such board nominations and questions; CBOEs. ?4-114 Aug 5 Last day to fill a vacancy after a declination made 250,000 inhabitants.............................................................1,000
of elections outside the city of New York no later than two based on ? 6-116. ? 6-158(8) Any city, county, councilmanic or county legislative districts in any
business days after the last day to file such certificates, petitions, CANVASS OF GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS city other than NYC.................................................................500
objections, or specifications shall be a fatal defect per NY Any congressional district....................................................1,250
Election Law ?1-106. Nov 23 Recanvass of General Election returns to occur INDEPENDENT PETITIONS Any state senatorial district ................................................1,000
no later than Nov. 23. ?9-208(1) April 19 First day for signing nominating petitions. Any assembly district..............................................................500
All papers required to be filed, unless otherwise provided, shall Nov 23 Verifiable Audit of Voting Systems to occur no ?6-138(4) Any county legislative district.................................................500
be filed between the hours of 9 AM - 5 PM. If the last day for later than Nov. 23. ?9-211(1) May 24- Dates for filing independent nominating petitions. any political subdivision contained within another political
filing shall fall on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, the next Dec 2 Certification and transmission of Canvass of 31 ?6-158(9) subdivision, except as herein provided, requirement is not to
business day shall become the last day for filing. NYEL ?1-106 General Election returns by County Board of June 3 Last day to accept or decline a nomination. exceed the number required for the larger subdivision; a political
Elections ?9-214(1) ?6-158(11) subdivision containing more than one assembly district, county or
Within NYC: all such certificates, petitions and specifications of Dec 15 Last day for State Board of Canvassers meet to June 6 Last day to fill vacancy after a declination. other political subdivision, requirement is not to exceed the
objections required to be filed with the board of elections of the
city of New York must be actually received on or before the last certify General Election. ?9-216(2) ?6-158(12) aggregate of the signatures required for the subdivision or parts of
day to file. The New York City Board of Elections is open for the July 1 Last day to decline after acceptance if nominee subdivision so contained.
receipt of such petitions, certificates and objections until loses party primary. ?6-158(11) *NOTE: Section 1057-b of the New York City Charter supersedes
midnight on the last day to file. New York Election Law signature requirements for Designating
and OTB petitions and Independent nominating petitions with
respect to certain NY City offices.
SIGNATURE REQUIREMENTS FOR INDEPENDENT
NOMINATING PETITIONS ?6-142
1% of the total number of votes excluding blank and void cast for VOTER REGISTRATION FOR GENERAL ABSENTEE VOTING FOR GENERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE
the office of governor at the last gubernatorial election in the Oct 14 Mail Registration for General: Last day to Oct 24 Last day for board of elections to RECEIVE PRIMARY ELECTION ?14-108(1)
political unit for any office to be voted for by all the voters of: postmark application for general election; it must application, letter, telefax, other written 32 Day Pre-Primary May 27
the entire state.........................................................................45,000 also be received by board of elections by Oct 19. instrument or absentee portal request for ballot. 11 Day Pre-Primary June 17
(with at least 500 or 1% of enrolled voters from each of one-half ?5-210(3) ?8-400(2)(c) July 15
of the congressional districts) Oct 14 In person registration for General: Last day Nov 7 Last day to apply in person for general election 10 Day Post-Primary 9 NYCRR 6200.2(a)
5% of the total number of votes excluding blank and void cast for application must be received by board of elections ballot. ?8-400(2)(c) 24 Hour Notice ?14-108(2) June 14 through June 27
the office of governor at the last gubernatorial election in the to be eligible to vote in general election. If Nov 8 Last day to postmark general election ballot.
political unit except that not more than 3,500 signatures shall be honorably discharged from the military or have Must be received by the county board no later
required on a petition for an office to be filled in any political become a naturalized citizen after October 14th, than Nov 15th. ?8-412(1) GENERAL ELECTION ?14-108(1)
subdivision outside the City of New York, and not more than the you may register in person at the county board of Nov 8 Last day to deliver general election ballot in 32 Day Pre-General October 7
following for any office to be voted for by all the voters of: elections office up until October 29th. ??5-210, 5- person to your county board or any poll site in 11 Day Pre-General October 28
Any county or portion thereof outside NYC...........................1,500 211, 5-212 your county, by close of polls on election day. 27 Day Post-General December 5
*New York City ...........................................................................7,500 Oct 19 Changes of address for General received by this ?8-412(1) October 25 through
*Any county or borough or any two counties or boroughs within
New York City .............................................................................4,000 date must be processed. ?5-208(3) 24 Hour Notice ?14-108(2) November 7
Any municipal court district .....................................................3,000 MILITARY/SPECIAL FEDERAL VOTERS FOR GENERAL
*Any city council district within NYC ......................................2,700 Sept 23 Deadline to transmit ballots to eligible Periodic Reports ?14-108(1)
Any congressional district.........................................................3,500 ABSENTEE VOTING FOR PRIMARY Military/Special Federal/UOCAVA voters. ?10-
Any state senatorial district .....................................................3,000 June 13 Last day for board of elections to RECEIVE 108(1) & ?11-204(4) January 18th
Any assembly district.................................................................1,500 application, letter, telefax, other written Oct 14 Last day for a board of elections to receive July 15th
Any political subdivision contained within another political
instrument or absentee portal request for ballot. application for Special Federal/UOCAVA
subdivision, except as herein provided, requirement is not to
?8-400(2)(c). absentee ballot for general if not previously Additional Independent Expenditure Reporting
exceed the number for the larger subdivision. June 27 Last day to apply in person for primary ballot. registered. ?11-202(1)(a) & ?10-106(5) 24 Hour Notice Primary: May 29 through June 27
?8-400(2)(c) Oct 29 Last day for a board of elections to receive ?14-107(4) (a) (ii); (b) General: October 9 through
*NOTE: Section 1057-b of the New York City Charter supersedes June 28 Last day to postmark primary election ballot. Must application for Military absentee ballot for November 7
New York Election Law signature requirements for Designating ~ be received by the c- ounty board no la- ter than July l - - - ge- ner- al i+ f not- pre- vio- usl- y re- gis- ter- ed.- ?1- 0-1- 061 (5) t
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and OTB petitions and Independent nominating petitions with 5th. ?8-412(1) Nov 1 Last day for a board of elections to receive
respect to certain NY City offices. June 28 Last day to deliver primary ballot in person to your application for Military/Special Federal absentee CONTRIBUTION LIMITS FOR LOCAL OFFICES
county board or any poll site in your county, by ballot for general if already registered. ?10- Apr 15 Last day to calculate and post local limits to CBOE
VOTER REGISTRATION FOR PRIMARY
close of polls. ?8-412(1) 106(5) & ?11-202(1)(b) I I website and send to SBOE. ?14-114(11)
Feb 21 List of Registered Voters: Such lists shall be MILITARY/SPECIAL FEDERAL VOTERS FOR PRIMARY
Nov 7 Last day to apply personally for a Military
published before the twenty-first day of February. May 13 Deadline to transmit ballots to eligible
absentee ballot for general if previously Designation of Polling Places
registered. ?10-106(5) March 15 Last day to designate polling places for each
? 5-604 Military/Special Federal/UOCAVA Voters. ?10- Nov 8 Last day to postmark Military/Special election district for ensuing year ?4-104
June 3 Mail Registration for Primary: Last day to postmark 108(1) & ?11-204(4) Federal/UOCAVA ballot for general. Date by May 1 Last day to designate early voting sites for the
application for primary; last day it must be received June 3 Last day for a board of elections to receive which it must be received by the board of general election. 9 NYCRR 6211.1(a)
by board of elections is June 8. ?5-210(3) application for Military/Special Federal/UOCAVA elections is Nov. 21st. ?10-114(1) & ?11-212 May 1 Last day to file early voting Communication Plan
June 3 In person registration for Primary: Last day absentee ballot for primary if not previously
application must be received by board of elections registered. ?10-106(5) & ?11-202(1)(a) with SBOE. 9 NYCRR 6211.7(c)
to be eligible to vote in primary election. ??5-210, June 21 Last day for a board of elections to receive VACANCY IN OFFICE May 13 Last day to designate early voting sites for
5-211, 5-212 application for Military/Special Federal/UOCAVA Aug 8 A vacancy occurring three (3) months before a primaries and special elections. 9 NYCRR 6211.1(a)
June 8 Changes of address for Primary received by this absentee ballot for primary if already registered. General Election in any year in any office are Revised: April 1, 2022
date must be processed. ?5-208(3) ?10-106(5) & ?11-202(1)(b) authorized to be filed at a General Election. ?6-
June 27 Last day to apply personally for Military ballot for 158(14) ** Please be aware that since thisI
primary if previously registered. ?10-106(5)
CHANGE OF ENROLLMENT June 28 Last day to postmark Military/Special Federal/ REFERENDUMS/PROPOSITIONS/PROPOSALS is a re-districting year this calenda7r
Feb 14 A change of enrollment rec'd by the BOE not later than UOCAVA ballot for primary. Date by which it must Aug 8 For any election conducted by a BOE, the clerk of is subject to change by thej
Feb. 14th or after July 5th is effective immediately. Any be received by the board of elections is July 5th. such subdivision shall provide the BOE with a
change of enrollment made between Feb 15-July 5th, ?10-114(1) & ?11-212 certified text copy of any proposal, proposition, Legislature and should be usedl
shall be effective July 5th. ?5-304(3) or referendum at least three (3) months before advisedly. **I
the General Election. ?4-108

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