Absentee Ballot Information for the May 16 School Budget & Board Vote and the June 16 Southampton Village Election


Budget Vote and Board of Education Election

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Voting is for (2) members of the Board of Education for (4) year terms and budget. 

Wording for the proposed budget:

The $68,954,600 budget would represent a 1.81-percent, or $1,223,136, increase in spending over the current year’s $67,731,464 budget. It would be paired with a projected tax levy of $55,997,906, which represents an increase of $2,321,223, or 4.32 percent, over the current year’s $53,676,683 tax levy—which would meet the state cap on tax levy increases after certain exemptions are factored in.


If you would like an application for an absentee ballot:  You could go to the District Clerk’s office (8 am to 4 pm) at 70 Leland Lane or call 631-591-4510 and one will be mailed to you,

Or download an application using the following link:


Or write to Southamptonassociation@gmail.com and we will forward on an application to you and any family members who may need one.

Important Dates:

Monday, May 8 Deadline to have an absentee ballot mailed to you

Monday, May 15 Deadline to return an absentee ballot

Tuesday, May 16 Deadline to have application received by the District Clerk by 5:00 PM

Southampton Village Election will take place on

Friday June 16, 9 am – 9 pm

 The Levitas Center (Cultural Center)      25 Pond Lane

 Offices to be filled:       Mayor – 2 year term      (2) Village Trustees – 2 year term

Absentee ballots

Forms are available at Village Hall or can be downloaded from southamptonvillage.org:   (Home Page to Departments and then go to /Village Clerk to locate the Absentee Ballot application.)
Or we will put one in the mail to you or any family member who needs one.  Write to us at southamptonassociation@gmail.com.

Important Dates

June 6th Last day to register wit County Board of Elections to be eligible to vote i Village election on June 16th.

June 9th Last day for Village Administrator to receive application for absentee ballot which is to be mailed to a qualified voter.

June 15th Last day for Village Administrator to receive personal application for absentee ballot from qualified voter or his agent.



Don’t Forget to Vote!

If you or family members are not yet registered to vote in local elections (Village, School, Town) you can start by going to suffolkvotes.com, download a New York State registration form and start the process.  Allow at least 3 weeks for the change in registration to take affect.




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