General Information
Democratic / Republican Commissioner
Lindsay Burriss & Ann Nortz
7550 S State St

Board of Elections

Board of Elections

7550 S State St. Lowville, NY 13367 (Physical)
 7660 N State St. Lowville, NY 13367 (Mailing)

Phone: 315-376-5329
 Fax: 315-376-2860
 Hours: 8:30-4:30 M-F

Lindsay Burriss
Democratic Commissioner
Katie Best, Deputy

Ann Nortz
Republican Commissioner
Mindy Lucas, Deputy

2022 June Primary Official Results 

2022 Offices to be Filled 

2022 Designating Petitions Filed

 2022 Independent Petitions Filed 

Upcoming 2022 Elections:

June 28 - Primary Election 

August 23 - Primary Election

 November 8 - General Election
Voting Hours: 6:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Sample Ballot for the August Primary Election:

 Democratic Ballot for August Primary.pdf 

Registration and Absentee Deadlines for the August 23rd, 2022 Primary:

Past Election Results

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Please Note:   
Voting in a Primary Election:
 To be eligible to vote in a Primary Election, you must be registered in the party 
 that is having the Primary. 

Change of Party Enrollment:
A change of enrollment received up until February 14th each year will be effective immediately. Changes received on or after
 February 15th until seven days after the June Primary will be set aside and opened the seventh day following the
 June Primary and entered in the voter's registration record. 


Lewis County Maps   

Legislative Districts

Election Districts


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