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Election officials in Ontario County outline prep for primary on June 25th

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Ontario County Republicans are set to vote in the federal and local party primary elections on June 25th from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. This election will determine the Republican candidates for the general elections in November. Notably, a recent redistricting in New York has shifted the boundaries for Congressional Districts, affecting voter alignments in Ontario County.

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Starting January 1st, 2025, the Town of Victor and the northern part of East Bloomfield will transition from Congressional District 24 to District 25, shifting about 23,000 of the county’s 28,000 registered Republican voters. This redistricting plays a critical role in the primary contest between Claudia Tenney and Mario Fratto for District 24. Additionally, about 500 voters in South Bristol will choose between Tracey Howe and Michael Staub for Town Justice.

Voters have the option to cast their ballots by mail using Early Mail or Absentee ballots, or in person during the designated early voting period from June 15th through June 23rd, or on Election Day. Detailed information on voting procedures and ballot accessibility is available on the Board of Elections website. Voters returning mail-in ballots must ensure they are postmarked by June 25 to be counted. In-person voters can visit any of three early voting sites at specified times.

This primary election is particularly significant due to the redistricting and its potential impact on future electoral outcomes in the region. Voters are encouraged to verify their registration and polling information online or by contacting the Ontario County Board of Elections. Unofficial election results will be posted online as they are received from the poll sites on election night.