The early voting period is October 23–31, 2021. The three early voting sites are:
The locations are open:
Anyone registered to vote anywhere in Oneida County can vote in any of these Early Voting locations.
Election day is on Tuesday, November 2nd. South Utica has two polling locations: the Parkway Recreation Center at 220 Memorial Parkway and the Jewish Community Center at 2310 Oneida Street. Which location you use depends on where you live in South Utica: election districts 1–6 vote at the Jewish Community Center, and election districts 7–10 vote at the Parkway Recreation Center. On Election Day, polls are open from 6am until 9pm.
In New York State, you can also vote by absentee ballot. To do so, you must request an absentee ballot by October 18th from the Board of Elections: call 315-798-5765.
From the BoE website:
Applications for Absentee Ballots are available from the Oneida County Board of Elections by calling 315-798-5765. You may also download a PDF version of the Absentee Ballot Application.
Upon completion, applications must be mailed to Oneida County Board of Elections, Union Station, 321 Main Street 3rd Floor, Utica, NY 13501 no later than the seventh day before the election or delivered in person no later than 9:00 PM the day of the election.
Voters can still request an absentee ballot due to the pandemic. When completing the absentee ballot application, voters should select “temporary illness or physical disability” as their reason for requesting the application.
Absentee ballot boxes will be at each poll site on Election Day, at each of the 3 early voting sites throughout the early voting period, and at the BOE. Voters within Oneida County can drop their absentee ballots off at any of these sites.