Election Day is November 3 – Copake Board Seat is on the Ballot

Tuesday, November 3 is Election Day, and in Copake polls will be open from 6:00am to 9:00pm. Voters in District One will vote at Town Hall and District Two voters will vote at the Park Building.  See Map.

Early voting locations are not available in the town of Copake, but all Columbia County voters may vote early at the Board of Elections at 401 State Street in Hudson from October 24 to November 1.  For early voting hours and other details see 2020 General Election Early Voting Information. Voters may also vote by absentee ballot. For more details on applying for an absentee ballot go to NYS Board of Elections.   Absentee ballots can be returned by mail to Board of Elections, 401 State Street, Hudson NY 12534 or in person, by dropping them off at 401 State Street in Hudson or at polling places on Election Day.  For more details, including the early voting schedule, go here.

In addition to the Presidential election and the races for State Senate and Assembly, there is also a local race in Copake.  There is a vacancy on the Copake Town Board, and the two candidates vying for that seat are Andrew Fisher, who is running on the Republican line and Jeffrey Judd, who is running on the Democratic line.  The Copake ballot in its entirety can be viewed  on the Columbia County Board of Elections website.