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Welcome to Natalie Sheppard

for RCSD School Board

 

✔️ote Natalie Sheppard on September 12, 2017 in the Primary Elections

 

Natalie Sheppard has received endorsements from the following organizations: DEMOCRATS, WORKING FAMILIES, & WOMEN’S EQUALITY PARTY

“BUILDING A STRONGER COMMUNITY WITH OUR COMMUNITY”

 

“Listen with your brain, 
Watch with discernment, 
Walk with your vote”

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:

MEET THE (City Council & School Board) CANDIDATES
Date: Wednesday, August 23, 2017
Time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Place: The Community Place of Greater Rochester; 145 Parsells Avenue; Rochester, New York 14609

2017 Candidates Forum: THE SISTAS R RUNNIN’
Date: Thursday, August 24, 2017
Time: 5:30pm – 8:00pm
Place: SWAN: Wilson Academy Auditorium; 275 Dr. Samuel McCree Way; Rochester, New York 14611

RocCitizens Candidate Forum
Date: Thursday, August 31, 2017
Time: 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Place: First Universalist Church; 150 South Clinton Ave; Rochester, New York 14604

Charter Schools Candidate Forum
Date: Thursday, September 7, 2017
Time: 5:30pm
Place: Versus High School; 21 Humboldt Street; Rochester, New York 14609

NE Neighborhood Community Candidate Forum
Date: Friday, September 8, 2017
Time: 6:30pm – 9:00pm
Place: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr School No. 9; 485 North Clinton Avenue; Rochester, New York 14605

PRIMARY ELECTIONS
Date: Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Time: 12:00pm (NOON) – 9:00pm
Place: Your Local Polling Place. To find out where your polling place is click HERE

GENERAL ELECTIONS
Date: Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Time: 12:00pm (NOON) – 9:00pm
Place: Your Local Polling Place. To find out where your polling place is click HERE.


UPCOMING VOTER REGISTRATION DEADLINES:

SEPTEMBER 5, 2017: LAST DAY TO POSTMARK APPLICATION FOR PRIMARY BALLOT

OCTOBER 3, 2017: LAST DAY FOR VOTER REGISTRATION FOR GENERAL ELECTION & CHANGE OF PARTY ENROLLMENT

OCTOBER 28, 2017: LAST DAY FOR CHANGE OF ADDRESS FOR GENERAL ELECTION


VOTING BY ABSENTEE ABSENTEE

VOTING FOR PRIMARY

September 5: Last day to postmark application for primary ballot. §8-400(2)(c)
September 11: Last day to apply in person for primary ballot. §8-400(2)(c)
September 11: Last day to postmark ballot. Must be received by the county board no later than Sept. 19th. §8-412(1)
September 12: Last day to deliver primary ballot in person to county board, by close of polls. §8-412(1)

MILITARY VOTING FOR PRIMARY

August 11: Date to mail ballot to Military Voter. §10-108(1)
August 18: Last day for a board of elections to receive application for Military ballot for primary if not previously registered. §10-106(5)
September 5: Last day for a board of elections to receive Military application for primary if previously registered. §10-106(5)
September 11: Last day to apply personally for Military ballot for primary if previously registered. §10-106(5)
September 11: Last day to postmark Military ballot for primary and date it must be received by the board of elections is September 19th . §10-114(1)

ABSENTEE VOTING FOR GENERAL ELECTION

October 31: Last day to postmark application or letter of application for general election ballot. §8-400(2)(c)
November 6: Last day to apply in person for general election ballot. §8-400(2)(c)
November 6: Last day to postmark general election ballot. Must be received by the county board no later than Nov. 14th. §8-412(1)
November 7: Last day to deliver general election ballot in person to county board, by close of polls on election day. §8-412(1)

MILITARY VOTING FOR GENERAL ELECTION

October 6: Date to mail ballot to Military voter. §10-108(1)
October 28: Last day for a board of elections to receive application for a Military absentee ballot if not previously registered. §10-106(5)
October 31: Last day for a board of elections to receive Military absentee application, if by mail and previously registered. §10-106(5)
November 6: Last day to apply personally for a Military General Election ballot if previously registered. §10-106(5)
November 6: Last day to postmark Military ballot and date it must be received by the board of elections is Nov. 20th. §10-114(1) §11-212


VOTER REGISTRATION – NEW YORK STATE

FACTS:

#1: Be a United States Citizen
#2: Be 18 years old by December 31st of the year you are filing but you must be 18 years old when voting
#3: Live at your present address at least 30 days before an election
#4: Not be in prison or on parole for a felony conviction
#5: If you have been convicted of a felony, you lose the right to vote. This right is AUTOMATICALLY restored when you complete your maximum sentence or are discharged by the Board of Parole.

ROC THE VOTE NY!!!