There will be a state-wide Primary Election on Thursday, September 10th from noon until 9 p.m. Please note that it is a Thursday. The only two parties holding a primary election in Andes are the Conservative and Independence Parties, for the office of County Family Court Judge. New York State Law requires a voter to be registered in the party having the primary in order to vote in that primary. If you have a question about whether you are registered in those parties you may call the Board of Elections at 607-832-5321 or stop in at the office in Delhi at 3 Gallant Avenue (where you may also pick up a registration form or an application for an absentee ballot. These can also be found online:

Andes voters who live in District 1 will now vote at the new Town Court at 5287 County Highway 1, Andes (adjoining the water treatment plant). Andes District 2 voters will continue to vote at the Rod & Gun Club at 258 County Highway 1, Andes.

Nearby town primaries: In addition to the county-wide Conservative and Independence Party primary for family court judge, there will be a Republican primary in Hamden for the office of town clerk and one in Delhi for the office of town clerk/collector. Middletown is holding a Democratic primary for the office of town supervisor.~