Policy 1630


A person will be entitled to register and vote at any school meeting for election of members of the Board, and upon all matters which may be brought before such meeting, who is:

a) A citizen of the United States; 
b) Eighteen years of age or older; 
c) A resident within the District for a period of 30 days preceding the next meeting at which he or she offers to vote. 

Any person who would not be qualified to register or vote under the provisions of Election Law Sections 5-100 and 5-106 will not have the right to register for or vote in an election. 

Proof of Residency to Vote at District Meetings

All voters in Annual and Special District Meetings are required to provide one form of proof of residency prior to voting. Examples of such forms shall include, but are not limited to, a driver's license, a nondriver identification card, or a voter registration card. Upon acceptance of proof of residency, the voter shall provide his or her signature, printed name and address.

In instances where proof of residency is not provided, voters will be permitted to vote only if they sign an affirmation that they are legal residents and qualified voters of the Spencerport Central School District. They shall also be required to provide their signature, printed name and address.

Policy References:
Education Law §§ 2012, 2014, 2025, and 2603
Election Law Article 5

Adopted: 6/22/99
Revised: 9/6/22

Policy 1630