Election Day 2022 Is Here: Voting Locations/Candidates

November 8, 2022

It’s Tuesday November 8th, Polls are open and you can vote until 9:00 tonight. The big races today – the governors race between Democrat Governor Kathy Hochul and Republican Congressman Lee Zeldin. Their lt governor candidates are: Democrat Antonio Delagado and Republican Allison Espasito. In the congressional race today for the new 23rd congressional seat, it’s a race between Republican Nick Langworthy and Democrat Max Della Pia. The state lawmakers, O’Mara, Palmesano, Borrello and Giglio are all running unopposed. The one Republican state legislator who has an opponent today is Assemblywoman Marjorie Byrnes. It’s Democrat Sara Spazzano. Spazzano is from the Livingston County Town of York and went to high school in Caledonia.

Local races for today: In Hornell, there’s the third ward Common Council race between Democrat Alderman Cedric Cooper and Republican Joe McKay. Also in Hornell, Judge David Coddington is seeking re-election. In Hornellsville, Republican Trisha Yanni is seeking re-election. In Howard, there’s a town board race between Ronald Oyer and Edward Obrochta. In Fremont, there’s a town board race between Bert Candee and Seth Hilton. In Hartsville, Leon Woodworth is running for the Town Board. The polls are open tomorrow, 6am to 9pm. On the back of the Steuben County Ballot, two big props, one is a state proposition about climate change initatives and the other big prop is a countywide prop, yes or no, make changes to the county legislative map. In Allegany County, Scott Cicerello is running for sheriff, as Sheriff Rick Whitney is not seeking re-election. In Almond, Nate Woodruff is running for a town council seat.

Voting locations: In Hornell there’s only one place to vote: the Community Arts Center on Broadway. In Canisteo, it’s at Somers Hall. For the Town of Hornellsville: it’s the Arkport Fire Department, the South Hornell Fire Department and Station Church on Seneca Street in North Hornell. In Fremont it’s at the Fremont Town Hall. In Hartsville, voting is at the Hartsville Community Church. In Howard, it’s at the Howard Fire Department. In the Town of Dansville, at the South Dansville Fire Department.

You can vote from now to 9pm tonight.