Voters face key deadlines for general election

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After earlier discussions that suggested Allen County's satellite early voting centers might not continue next year, the county Election Board today agreed on a compromise. Several seats of Rochester City Council are up for grabs.

"We'll get an application for them, have them fill out an I.D. Envelope, and while they're doing that we'll be printing a ballot and a couple of labels", Thompson said.

To change parties, voters need to mark their choice on the registration form and send it to the Board of Elections, postmarked no later than Friday.

Roughly one in four voters in the September Primary cast their ballots early, either through the mail or in person at the Board. Polling places will be open from 6 a.m.to 9 p.m.

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Now that the New York City primaries are out of the way, New Yorkers are preparing for the next big thing: Election Day itself, which happens on November 7.

"If you're not a registered voter in Oneida County, you have until Friday, October 13th to register to vote in the county", Karp said. "If you'd like to come down, we are open until 4:30pm on Friday if you don't have access to a printer".

If you do it IRL, either mail the form in, or hand it off to a Board of Elections office-you can find the right one for your borough here.

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