Voting information and qualifications

  Voter qualifications  

In order to vote you must be:
a United States citizen
at least 18 years of age
a resident of the Spencerport Central School District for at least 30 days before the vote
Proof of residence required
Absentee ballots available


  Absentee ballots  

District residents unable to vote in person on May 21 because of disabilities, illness, travel, college, or other reasons listed as valid under election law, may request applications for absentee ballots by contacting the District Clerk’s Office at 349-5101, or in person at 71 Lyell Ave., in Spencerport. The district must receive applications at least 7 days before the vote if the resident would like to receive the ballot by mail.

In all cases, the deadline for the return of all ballots to the district office is 5 p.m. on May 21. Under education law, ballots are invalid if received later than this time.


  Early mail ballots  
 
Any qualified district voter is eligible to vote by early mail ballot. A district voter must request in advance an application for this ballot by contacting district clerk, Marcy Clapper, at 585-349-5101 for an application, deadline dates, or more information. 

 Vote day 2023
 
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Vote day check in 2023