Where to vote
To reduce confusion and simplify the voting process, the Johnson City School District has consolidated it polling places from three to two locations geographically situated to accomodate voters. To ensure the integrity of voting results, residents MUST vote at the proper location.
All residents who reside south of the railroad tracks. Voting for this district takes place at The Family Enrichment Network, (formerly Lincoln Elementary School).
All residents who reside north of the railroad tracks. Voting in this district takes place at the High School.
If you have any questions about your polling location, please call (607) 763-1238.
Who can vote
Eligibility: You may vote in a school district election if:
- Are a U.S citizen.
- Are at least 18 years of age.
- Have been a resident of the school district for 30 days preceding the election and are registered to vote.
- Have not been ajudged mentally incompetent or convicted of a felony in any state or in federal district court.
Registration: The district maintains a permanent voter registration file. Residents who have voted in any election within the past four years need not register each year. New residents, or those not registered, may do so Wednesday, May 11, from 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. at both locations: Johnson City High School, 666 Reynolds Road and the Family Enrichment Network, 24 Cherry Street.
In accordance with State Education Law, section 2018-a, the Johnson City Board of Education, at a regular meeting October 12, 1999, enacted procedures for district residents to vote by absentee ballot.