Each Madison County Supervisor seat is a "Vote for Two" election
Voter Registration Deadlines:
New voters must register by October 11
Change of address by October 16
Apply by mail for absentee ballot by October 29
Apply in person for absentee ballot by November 4
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General Election will be Tuesday Nov 5
Early voting for the Nov 5 election begins Saturday, October 26 at the Madison County Board of Elections office in Wampsville
Info about early voting here (pdf)
Primary elections were held on June 25. Congratulations to the winners of the Democratic primary for Supervisor in Wards 4, 5, 6, Joe Magliocca and Max Smith.
Independent petitions were filed with the Board of Elections between May 21 and May 28. These petitions allow a candidate to run on a ballot line other than one of the established parties.
Designating petitions (to get on a Democratic Party ballot line) were filed in April.
Max Smith was appointed on Friday, August 9, by Mayor Leo Matzke to the vacancy for Oneida Wards 4,5,6 Supervisor, due to the resignation of Tom Boylan, who had served in that position since January 2018.
Smith will complete Boylan's term representing Wards 4, 5, and 6 at the Madison County Board of Supervisors, alongside Joe Magliocca. The election for the next two-year term is this November.
Left to right: Ward 1 Common Councillor Alan Cohen, new Wards 4,5,6 Supervisor Max Smith, and Mayor Leo Matzke (photo from Oneida City Clerk facebook page).