Rochester, NY Elections


Voter registration deadlines: What you need to know

Rochester, N.Y. — The general election will be held from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 2 in Monroe County. Absentee in-person request/over-the-counter deadline: Nov. 1. To check your registration status, click here. Eligible residents can register to vote here or by sending a registration card to the Monroe...
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Monroe County announces deadlines for voters ahead of Nov. election

The Monroe County Board of Elections has announced some important deadlines ahead of the Nov. general election. The deadline for new voter registration is Oct. 8 and the change of address deadline is Oct. 13. Absentee ballot applications must be received by Oct. 18. The absentee ballot return postmark deadline...
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Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren returns to court for campaign finance charges

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren returned to court Friday for charges she’s facing over alleged campaign finance violations. The mayor is accused of using a PAC to get around donation limits during her 2017 reelection campaign. Last October she was indicted on two class E felonies, including scheme to defraud in the first degree, and violation of election law 14-126(6).
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Caledonia to see contested supervisor’s race

CALEDONIA — Longtime Caledonia Town Supervisor Daniel Pangrazio will face a Democratic challenger in the upcoming November elections. Pangrazio, a Republican, took over the position in 2004 and said his philosophy has always been to pay as you go. “I would have to say that we do a doggone good...

Clarkson Democrats announce candidates

The Clarkson Democratic Committee has endorsed two candidates to run for office for the 2021 election being held on Tuesday, November 2. Bill Fine is running for Town Supervisor. Fine said, “As a Vietnam veteran, I honorably defended the United States interests. I advanced to the rank of E4 (specialist) after six months as a result of my leadership skills in a team setting. I also received a Purple Heart, a combat infantry badge, two Bronze Stars with V device for valor under combat conditions, and other chest heroism awards.” After his military service, Fine chose a career as a Registered Nurse working the night shift at Rochester Regional Hospital. The night shift has fewer staff and requires more personal evaluation of patients and leadership skills, which led to Fine becoming a team leader.

Brockport Volleyball Receiving Votes in AVCA Preseason Poll

Brockport, NY – On Monday, August 23rd the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) released its Division III Coaches Top 25 Preseason Poll rankings. The SUNY Brockport women's volleyball team are currently in the receiving votes category in the poll. With seven ballots giving the Golden Eagles recognition, they will begin...