The Town Clerk is the coordinator for Primary and General Elections, advising the State of vacancies for elections, overseeing polling places and equipment, election inspectors and filing of boundaries for election districts.
The Town Clerk also files official notices of registration day and polling places, oversees special Town elections, permissive or mandatory referendums and Town acquisition of property. The office of the Town Clerk serves as a source for voter registration forms and absentee ballot applications.
The Town of Elma has 9 Election Districts and 4 polling places.
District #1 St. Vincent's R C Church Seneca St & Rice Rd
District #2 Elma Senior Center 3007 Bowen Rd
District #3 Jamison Road Fire Hall 1071 Jamison Rd
District #4 Elma Senior Center 3007 Bowen Rd
District #5 Jamison Road Fire Hall 1071 Jamison Rd
District #6 Elma Meadows Club House Rice Rd
District #7 Jamison Road Fire Hall 1071 Jamison Rd
District #8 St. Vincents R C Church Seneca St & Rice Rd
District #9 Elma Meadows Club House Rice Rd
To find what election district a resident is in and the polling place, the Town of Elma has a map with streets, roads, election districts and polling places listed.