Steuben County Board Of Elections: Message For Voters Who Are Covid Positive

October 23, 2020

From Steuben County Spokesperson Mary Perham:

Steuben County Board of Elections Commissioners Veronica Olin (R) and Kelly Penziul (D) (607) 664-2260 BATH — Steuben County Board of Elections commissioners said Friday (Oct. 23) anyone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19, quarantined or choosing to self-quarantine because of possible contact may still vote in the Nov. 3 General Election. Voters have the options of: ➢ Requesting an absentee ballot online until Oct. 27 at ➢ Printing an absentee ballot application from the Steuben Board of Elections webpage at and returning by mail on Oct 27 or in person Nov. 2. ➢ Having someone pick up an absentee ballot application in person at the Board of Elections office. The signed and dated form maybe filled out with someone designated on the application to pick up the ballot in person. The completed application must be brought in person to the Board of Elections by Nov. 2. The voted absentee ballot must be postmarked by Nov. 3 For more information, call (607) 664-2240