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Voter Information

Find the facts about voting in your state and information about the next election including candidate information at Before an election, find your polling place.

Register to Vote

Are you registered to vote? You can check here.

Do you want to change your party, your address, your name or get an absentee ballot?

Go to the Westchester County Board of Elections website. If you have a NY driver's license, you can register or update your registration at myDMV.

2019 Election Information


The New Castle Town Board consists of a Supervisor, who is elected for a two-year term, and four Council members, who are elected for four-year terms. Every two years, the Supervisor position and two Council member positions are up for election.

On November 5, 2019, New Castle residents will have the opportunity to vote for a Supervisor, two Council members, and a Town Justice. The candidates running are:

New Castle Town Supervisor Ivy Pool (D, WF, I) (current Town Board member) James A. Smith (R, SAM*, TNC**)

New Castle Town Council Members (choose 2) Lauren L. Levin (R, SAM, TNC) Jason M. Lichtenthal (D, WF, I) Sean B. Maraynes (R, SAM, TNC) Jeremy M. Saland (D, I) (Incumbent)

New Castle Town Justice Douglas M. Kraus (D) (Incumbent)

Serve America Movement; **Team New Castle

Note that since Ivy Pool is a current Town Board member, in the event she is elected, her Town Board seat will be vacant and the newly elected Town Board will appoint a replacement in January 2020.


  • Oct. 11: last day to postmark voter registration form or register in person at BOE
  • Oct. 11: last day to change party enrollment for 2020 primaries
  • Oct. 26 to Nov. 3: early voting period
  • Oct. 29: last day to postmark application for absentee ballot
  • Nov. 4: last day to apply in person for absentee ballot
  • Nov. 4: last day to postmark ballot for general election
  • Nov. 5: last day to deliver absentee ballot in person to BOE


EARLY VOTING - Voting is about to get easier for New Yorkers. One of the key reforms adopted this year by the Legislature is the provision for early voting across the state.

Early Voting: October 26 to November 3, 2019

For dates and times, and your ASSIGNED EARLY VOTING POLL LOCATION, visit the State League's website. The Westchester County Board of Elections has compiled "answers to frequently asked questions">.