Board of Elections

2023 General Election

Unofficial results will be posted to the link below after polls close.

Unofficial 2023 Election Results

Office & Drop Box Information

Absentee ballots may be returned in person to the Board of Elections during regular business hours. A secure drop box is located outside of the office main entrance for after hours drop off. Absentee Ballots may also be returned via mail or dropped off at a polling place during early voting and on election day.

IMPORTANT: Absentee ballots must be postmarked by Tuesday, November 7, 2023 or dropped off at the Board of Elections or a poll site by 9:00PM. The secure drop box will be closed promptly at 9:00PM on Tuesday, November 7, 2023 and the slot will be locked. After hours drop off is not available on November 8, 2023.

Please see below for more election information.

Board of Elections Office
11 New Hempstead Rd
New City, NY 10956

P: 845-638-5172

Important Information

Sample Ballots

General Election Only Sample Ballots are available on Polling Site look-up & Sample Ballots

Please note: Sample ballots for Primary Elections cannot be posted online due to the number of different parties and ballot styles. To obtain a sample ballot email

Petition Status Report

All Designating Petitions filed for Public Office will be updated as needed during the work day.

Download: Petition Status Report.

Top FAQs:

What are the Election Dates?

  • Primary Election - Tuesday, June 27, 2023
  • General Election - Tuesday, November 7, 2023

Polls are open from 6AM until 9PM.

When is Early Voting?

  • Primary Election - June 17 through June 25, 2023
  • General Election - October 28 through November 5, 2023

Where do I vote?

Use the Polling Place Look-up tool.
(Excludes School, Library, Fire District Elections and Early Voting.

Sample ballots are available on the Polling Place look-up.

Sample Ballots are available for General Elections Only

Primary Ballots are available via email or in person at the Board of Elections. Click here to obtain a Primary Sample Ballot.

How do I get an absentee ballot?

Please see our Absentee Ballot page for more information.

The Rockland County Board of Elections is responsible for overseeing the conduct of all elections at which voters of Rockland County cast a ballot for the purpose of electing an individual to any federal, state, county, town, and village office or deciding any ballot question submitted to voters that will be decided in the Primary or November General Election. In performing this function the Rockland County Board of Elections is responsible for:

  • Registering all Rockland voters, including any change of address or political party enrollment change of Rockland residents.
  • Maintaining an accurate and reliable registration database for use on election days which ensures all eligible voters have an opportunity to vote and that any potential voting fraud is prevented.
  • Supplying lists of registered voters to school districts, villages, libraries and fire districts for use at their elections.
  • Recruiting, training and certifying election inspectors.
  • Processing of all petitions for political and party offices.
  • Preparation of all ballots used in Rockland County voting machines and paper ballots.
  • Timely and accurately delivering and processing of all military and absentee ballots; including visiting nursing homes to distribute and collect ballots from permanently disabled voters.
  • Ensure that all election results are accurately tabulated and certify the results of all elections.
  • Process and record all candidate and party financial disclosure filings required by law.
  • Provide open access to all voting and election information as provided by law.

The Rockland County Board of Elections is a bipartisan, impartial body. We do not support candidates, proposals, or referenda. If you receive a phone call from an individual or individuals purporting to be the Board of Elections, suggesting you vote in any election, and attempting to influence your vote, please contact Commissioner Giblin or Commissioner Pietanza at 845-638-5172 or via email at:

Rockland County is providing registered voters the option of voting on electronic ballot marking devices that accommodate people with disabilities. These devices will be located at each polling site. If you have any questions please contact this office at 845-638-5172.