Village Of Millerton

 

518-789-4489

21 Dutchess Avenue, PO Box 528

Millerton, NY 12546, USA

Clerk@villageofmillerton.com

THE NEXT REGULAR VILLAGE BOARD MEETING WILL BE HELD MONDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2018 @ 7:00 PM

THE VILLAGE BOARD WILL BE HOLDING THE MONTHLY WORKSHOP MEETING ON JANUARY 7, 2019 @ 6:00 PM AT THE VILLAGE HALL

2018 Elections

The polling place for the 2018 General Village Election to be held on Tuesday, March 20, 2018, at the Village of Millerton Nutrition Site located on Simmons Street (building is attached to the Village Hall 21 Dutchess Avenue, Millerton NY 12546). 

Polls will be open from 12:00 noon until 9:00 p.m. 

Names and addresses of candidates, offices, and term nominated for are listed below:


Name of Candidate      Address of Candidate                                    
Title of Office   
Eliot Ramos                        20 South Maple Ave., Millerton, NY 12546        Trustee, two-year term
Matthew Hartzog             
 18 North Maple Ave., Millerton, NY 12546         Trustee, two-year term
Alicia Sartori                      7 Linden St., Millerton, NY 12546                        
Trustee, two-year term         
David Sherman                 59 Main St., Millerton, NY 12546                           
Trustee, two-year term

village elections

Qualifications for Holding Office


​To run for elective Village Office, an Individual must be:​

  • 18 years old;
  • ​A citizen of the United States;
  • A resident of the Village of Millerton by the day of the election.


**An Individual may not tun for two (2) offices which are incompatible**


Village of Millerton Elections

​The Village Elections went back to the traditional ways with using paper ballots that will be deposited into a ballot box.  New York State phased out the use of lever machine ballots in 2015 in order to comply with the “Help America Vote Act” of 2002. Ballot box voting is simple and the ballot form is very similar to the electronic scanning ballots you may have used in county or federal elections. The only difference is that it is deposited into a locked ballot box and counted by hand, rather than an electronic scanning device tallying votes. Votes remain secret, there is no way to link a person to a specific ballot. Representatives of both the Democratic and Republican parties will be present when the election workers count the ballots, to ensure the credibility of the count. 
By Jennifer Owens

​2018 VILLAGE ELECTIONS

Please take Notice that the Board of Trustees of the Village of Millerton designates the following offices as vacant position(s) at the end of the current official year to be filled at the Village Election for the following terms:

TRUSTEE – TWO (2) YEAR TERM
TRUSTEE – TWO (2) YEAR TERM

INDIVIDUALS / CANDIDATES

Interested in Running for Office


The Individual / Candidate can consult an Attorney

or

The Individual / Candidate can visit the

State Board of Elections Website:

www.elections.ny.gov