Tomorrow is a very important day, election day! Get important info, like polling locations, the local candidate list and even how to get a free ride from Liberty Cab to your polling location!

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For any discrepancies at the polls call Erie County Board of Elections at 716-858-8891. They can also inform you of your poll location.
CLICK HERE to find your voting location or download the ERIE COUNTY POLLING LOCATIONS (Right click the link and select "Save As" to download the polling location list)

ERIE COUNTY CANDIDATE LIST (Right click the link and select "Save As" to download the candidate list)

On November 8th Liberty Cab Company will provide any resident in the City of Buffalo and the Town of Tonawanda a ride to and from their polling place free of charge, call 716-877-7111 with the code LibertyRide2Vote to schedule a ride.


As a registered voter you have the RIGHT TO:
VOTE: The right to vote includes voting for candidates and questions on the ballot.

HAVE YOUR VOTE COUNT: Vote on a voting system that is in working condition and that will allow votes to be accurately counted.

SECRECY IN VOTING: Secrecy in voting will be preserved for all elections.

FREEDOM IN VOTING: Cast your vote free from coercion or intimidation by poll workers or any other person.

PERMANENT REGISTRATION: Once registered to vote, you will continue to remain qualified to vote from an address within your county or city.

ACCESSIBLE ELECTIONS: Non-discriminatory equal access to the election system. This pertains to all voters and includes the elderly, disabled, alternative language minorities, military and overseas citizens as required by federal and state laws.

ASSISTANCE IN VOTING: You may ask for help in voting because of a disability or an inability to read or write.

INSTRUCTION IN VOTING: You can view a sample ballot in your polling place prior to voting. You may also request help in how to properly mark a ballot and how operate the machine.

ABSENTEE VOTING: If you will be out of your county of residence on election day, or are unable to go to your polling place due to illness or physical disability, you may cast an absentee ballot.

AFFIDAVIT VOTING: Whenever your name does not appear in the poll book, you will be offered an affidavit ballot.

Source: Erie County Board of Elections