Residents of Geneva are gearing up for a Special Election to fill the vacant City Councilor seat for Ward 6. This election, set for Tuesday, March 12, 2024, comes after Governor Kathy Hochul’s proclamation. The term for this position will extend until December 31, 2025. The race will feature Democrat Michael Salotto and Republican Tom Moracco Sr.
The election offers multiple voting options, including in-person voting on Election Day, during an extensive early voting period from March 2 to March 10, and by mail through Early Mail or Absentee ballots. The designated polling site for Ward 6 voters is the Courtyard Apartments Community Room. This wide range of voting options reflects the commitment to accessible voting, accommodating those who may be out of the county, ill, or caring for someone with a disability.
For those preferring to vote by mail, the Board of Elections has made the process straightforward with available online applications and detailed instructions for ballot return. It’s important to note that voters who choose an Early Mail or Absentee ballot are advised to consider postal service timing to ensure their vote counts. This special election is a critical moment for Ward 6, offering residents the opportunity to select their representative and influence the direction of their local governance.
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