Moved within New York State (NYS) and wants to continue to vote - If the voter has moved within NYS and has already registered with the County Board of Elections in their new county, we will receive notification to remove them from our voter registration rolls after the new county has them registered.
If they have not already registered to vote with the new county, send us a letter with the following information: voter’s name, date of birth, and the address they are registered at and their new address. The vote must sign the letter. Once we verify the information we will update their registration record that they have moved out of our county.
Moved outside of NYS - The voter can send us a signed letter explaining that they have moved out of NYS or they can print the Cancel My Voter Registration form. They can fill out the form, sign it and mail it to the Board of Elections address on the form. If sending us a letter we will need the following information: voter’s name, date of birth, the address they are registered at, and their new address. The vote must sign the letter. Once we verify the information we will update registration record as moved out of state. If they move back they will need to re-register. The voter will want to register with the new county or state they now live in if they wish to continue to vote.