New York State Board of Elections

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Board of Elections
Agency overview
Formed June 1, 1974 (1974-06-01)
Jurisdiction New York
Agency executives James A. Walsh, co-chair
Douglas A. Kellner, co-chair
Todd D. Valentine, co-executive director
Robert A. Brehm, co-executive director
Parent department New York State Executive Department
Key document Election Law
Website www.elections.ny.gov

The New York State Board of Elections is a bipartisan agency of the New York state government within the New York State Executive Department responsible for enforcement and administration of election-related laws.[1][2] There are also boards of elections in each county and one for the five counties of New York City.[3]

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  1. ^ Election Law § 3-100. "There is hereby created within the executive department a New York state board of elections, hereafter referred to as the 'state board of elections', composed of four commissioners appointed by the governor: [...]"
  2. ^ "About the New York State Board of Elections". New York State Board of Elections. Retrieved 24 April 2014. 
  3. ^ Election Law § 3-200. "1. There shall be a board of elections in each county of the state and in the city of New York for the five counties thereof. [...]"

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