SARATOGA COUNTY — Early voting in advance of the June 27 Primary gets underway Saturday, June 17 and will continue through Sunday, June 25.
All voters interested in voting early may do so at any of the three poll sites offered. They are: Clifton Park-Halfmoon Library, 475 Moe Road., Clifton Park; Saratoga Springs Recreation Center, 15 Vanderbilt Ave., Saratoga Springs, and at the county Board of Elections, 50 W. High St., Ballston Spa.
To cast a ballot in a Primary Election, voters must be enrolled in the specific political party that is featured in that Primary Election.
This designation includes registered Democrats in Saratoga Springs, registered Conservatives in Clifton Park and Malta, and registered Republicans in Clifton Park, Day, Mechanicville and Providence.
Contested Primary elections, and parties involved:
TOWN OF CLIFTON PARK
Conservative - Town Justice: Vida Sheehan v. Robert A. Rybak.
Republican - Town Justice: Vida Sheehan v. Robert A. Rybak.
Republican – Highway Superintendent: Michael Traider v. Dahn S. Bull.
TOWN OF DAY
Republican – Town Councilmember (vote for 2): Lorraine Newton; Ellen Taylor; Joseph L. Flacke, Jr.; Cheryl L. Allen.
TOWN OF MALTA
Conservative – Town Councilmember (vote for 2): Murray Eitzmann; Timothy F. Dunn; Craig M. Warner.
Conservative – Judicial Delegate for the 113th Assembly District (vote for 2): Thomas J. Sartin, Jr.; Michael J. Welch; David F. Buchyn; Jeffrey A. Hurt.
Conservative – Alternate Judicial Delegate for the 113th Assembly District (vote for 2): Tristan A. Ramsdill; Janet Hurt; Michael R. Biss, Jr.; Isabel L. Sartin.
CITY OF MECHANICVILLE
Republican – Commissioner of Finance (remainder of term): Mark Seber v. Tamar Martin.
TOWN OF PROVIDENCE
Republican – Town Councilmember (vote for up to 2): Ann Morris; Randy Wolfe.
CITY OF SARATOGA SPRINGS
Democratic – Ronald J. Kim v. Christian E. Mathiesen.
Note, voters who cast a ballot during the early voting period will not be allowed to vote on Election Day. Voters who have been issued an absentee ballot are not permitted to vote on the voting machines but may be issued an affidavit ballot. For more information, call the Saratoga County Board of Elections at 518-885-2249.