Upcoming CNC Election

Citizens Nominating Committee Election
Tuesday, November 9, 2021
In-Person Voting at Scarsdale Public Library from 7am to 9pm
OR
Vote by Mail-In Ballot

The CNC is the body of 30 residents serving staggered 3-year terms that vets applicants and nominates the proposed non-partisan slate for the Village Board of Trustees, including Mayor. Each year, voters elect new representatives from their neighborhood to fill spots vacated by those who have completed their CNC service.

The deadline for Procedure Committee receipt of mail-in ballots at P.O. Box 284 in the Chase Road Post Office is 4 p.m. on Tuesday, November 9, 2021. Please visit the Procedure Committee website to download and print the mail-in ballots and for the instructions on how to complete them. 

As a voter service reminder, please remember that each ballot must be sealed within its own unmarked privacy envelope. The unmarked envelope must be placed inside an outer mailing envelope that identifies your name, full return address, and elementary school district. The voter must sign the outer mailing envelope across the seal. Multiple ballots within a single envelope will render all such ballots invalid.

Upcoming Democratic Primary for County Clerk

Democratic Primary for County Clerk
Tuesday, June 22, 2021
In-person voting only at your designated polling location

Saturday, June 12, 2021 through Sunday, June 20, 2021
Early voting at any of 23 designated locations

Democratic voters in Scarsdale will be able to vote in a County-wide Democratic Party Primary for the position of County Clerk. No Republican Party Primary is scheduled.  

Absentee Ballot Information

All New York State voters may still apply to vote by absentee ballot using the temporary illness clause, which now includes being unable to appear due to risk of contracting or spreading a communicable disease like COVID-19.

Tuesday, June 15, 2021: Last day to postmark an application for absentee ballot by mail or submit an application via email, fax, or electronically through the New York State Absentee Ballot Application Portal.  See the Westchester Board of Elections website for additional details.

Monday, June 21, 2021:  Last day to apply in person at the Westchester Board of Elections for an absentee ballot.

Tuesday, June 22, 2021: Last day to postmark a completed absentee ballot (must be received by June 29) or to submit an absentee ballot in person to the Westchester Board of Elections.

In Person Voting

Saturday, June 12, 2021 through Sunday, June 20, 2021: Early voting at any of the 23 early primary voting polling locations and times in Westchester County.   

Tuesday, June 22, 2021 (Primary Election Day): In person voting only at your assigned polling location.

For additional questions, please contact the LWVS Voter Service Chairs.

Upcoming School Budget Vote and Board of Education Election

School Budget Vote and School Board Election
Tuesday, May 18, 2021
In-person voting from 7 am to 9 pm
Scarsdale Congregational Church
1 Heathcote Road, in Dyckman Hall


All COVID-19 protocols set forth by the CDC for polling locations will be followed.

The proposed 2021-22 school budget will be subject to a vote and the names of all four individuals who have successfully filed timely completed candidate petitions will be on the ballot for election to the two open School Board positions.

School Budget Information

The 2021 LWVS School Budget Consensus Statement was presented at the Community Budget Forum on Monday, March 22, 2021. Follow these links to view the proposed 2021-22 School Budget and to view the LWVS School Budget Information Session.

School Board Candidate Information

The four candidates whose names will appear on the ballot for the two open seats in the upcoming School Board Election, Jim Dugan, Irin Israel, Jessica Resnick-Ault, and Alison Tepper Singer, all participated in the LWVS Candidate Forum for Board of Education on Sunday, May 2, 2021. The two School Board seats will go to the two highest vote recipients in the May 18, 2021, election.

Absentee Ballot Information

Absentee ballot applications are available for download. Completed absentee ballot applications may be submitted in person, by mail, or via email to the District Clerk, Honore Adams, Scarsdale School District, 2 Brewster Road, Scarsdale, NY 10583, (914) 721-2410, hadams@scarsdaleschools.orgAll voters can still apply to vote by absentee ballot using the temporary illness clause if there is a risk of contracting a disease (such as COVID-19).

Tuesday, May 11, 2021:  Last day for the District Clerk to receive a completed absentee ballot application if the voter requests that the absentee ballot be sent to the voter via mail.

Monday, May 17, 2021:  Last day for the voter to appear in person before the District Clerk (by 5 pm by appointment only) to submit a completed absentee ballot application and be provided the actual absentee ballot.

Tuesday, May 18, 2021 (School Election Day): Last day for the District Clerk to receive completed absentee ballots by mail or in person by 5 pm by appointment only.

Follow this link to the District Clerk’s Voter Information page.

For additional questions regarding the School Budget Vote and School Board Election, please contact the LWVS Voter Service Chairs.

Upcoming Event — School Board Candidate Forum

Sunday, May 2, 2021
7:30 pm via Zoom Webinar

LWVS is holding a virtual candidate forum in anticipation of the upcoming May 18, 2021, contested school board election. Candidates appearing will have the opportunity to answer questions in a timed format, moderated by a trained LWV of Westchester representative from outside of Scarsdale. The four candidates whose names will appear on the ballot for the two open seats in the upcoming School Board Election, James Dugan, Irin Israel, Jessica Resnick-Ault, and Alison Tepper Singer, have all been invited to participate as panelists.

The candidate forum is open to the public. Please follow the link to Register to Attend. Zoom will automatically send an email (subject line: LWVS Candidate Forum for Scarsdale School Board Election Confirmation) with the webinar link. Registrants will also receive an automated email reminder shortly before the event.

Follow this link to Submit Audience Questions for anonymous use at the Candidate Forum. Guidelines for audience questions are set forth on the form.

Additional information may be found on our visit our School Budget Vote/School Board Election Voter Information page and our Scarsdale BOE Candidate Forum page.

Questions regarding the Candidate Forum or the School Budget Vote and School Board Election should be directed to Alissa Baum and Beatrice Sevcik, the LWVS Voter Service Chairs.

Upcoming Village Election

Village Election
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
In-person voting from 6 am to 9 pm
Scarsdale Congregational Church
1 Heathcote Road, in Dyckman Hall


All COVID-19 protocols set forth by the CDC for polling locations will be followed.

On the ballot are one candidate running for Mayor and three candidates running for three Village Trustee positions.

Absentee Ballot Information

Voters may obtain an absentee ballot application online, request one by phone or mail from the Village Clerk, or attain one at the Village Clerk’s Office in Village Hall.  Note: All voters can still apply to vote by absentee ballot using the temporary illness clause if there is a risk of contracting a disease (such as COVID-19).

Tuesday, March 9, 2021:  Last day for the Village Clerk to receive a completed absentee ballot application if the voter requests in that application that the absentee ballot be delivered to the voter via mail.

Monday, March 15, 2021: Last day for an applicant or applicant’s agent to appear in person before the Village Clerk (by 5 pm) to submit a completed absentee ballot application and be provided the actual absentee ballot.

Tuesday, March 16, 2021 (Village Election Day): Last day for the Village Clerk to receive completed absentee ballots by mail, by drop box outside Village Hall, or by in person delivery. Completed absentee ballots may also be submitted to an election inspector at Scarsdale Congregational Church during polling hours.

Reminders: After completing the absentee ballot, insert it into the tan-colored official absentee ballot envelope you were provided and seal the envelope. The VOTER must then sign and date the outside of the envelope where indicated. A WITNESS signature on the envelope is required ONLY if the voter cannot physically sign their own name.

Follow this link to the Village Clerk’s Election Information page.

For additional questions regarding the Village Mayor and Board of Trustees Election, please contact the LWVS Voter Service Chairs.

Upcoming SBNC Election

School Board Nominating Committee Election
Ballots must be received by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 12, 2021
Please note: Election Is Mail-In Ballot Only (no in-person voting)

The SBNC is the body of 30 residents serving staggered 3-year terms that vets applicants and nominates a proposed non-partisan slate of trustees for the Scarsdale Board of Education. Each year, voters elect new representatives from their neighborhood to fill spots vacated by those who have completed their SBNC service.

The deadline for Procedure Committee receipt of mail-in ballots at P.O. Box 172H in the Golden Horseshoe Post Office is 4 p.m. on Tuesday, January 12, 2021. Please visit the SBNC website to download and print the mail-in ballots and for the instructions on how to complete them. 

As a voter service reminder, please remember that each ballot must be sealed within its own unmarked privacy envelope. The unmarked envelope must be placed inside an outer mailing envelope that identifies your name and return address. The voter must sign the outer mailing envelope across the seal. Multiple ballots within a single envelope will render all such ballots invalid.

Upcoming CNC Election

Citizens’ Nominating Committee Election
Ballots must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Please note: Election Is Mail-In Ballot Only (no in-person voting)

The CNC is the body of 30 residents serving staggered 3-year terms that vets applicants and nominates the proposed non-partisan slate for the Village Board of Trustees, including Mayor. Each year, voters elect new representatives from their neighborhood to fill spots vacated by those who have completed their CNC service.

The deadline for Procedure Committee receipt of mail-in ballots at P.O. Box 284 in the Chase Road Post Office is 5 p.m. on Tuesday, November 10, 2020. Please visit the Procedure Committee website to download and print the mail-in ballots and for the instructions on how to complete them. 

As a voter service reminder, please remember that each ballot must be sealed within its own unmarked privacy envelope. The unmarked envelope must be placed inside an outer mailing envelope that identifies your name, full return address, and elementary school district. The voter must sign the outer mailing envelope across the seal. Multiple ballots within a single envelope will render all such ballots invalid.