Albany County Clerks maintain public records for a county or local government in New York. In some states, Clerks play a role in carrying out public elections, working in connection with Boards of Elections and the New York State election commissions. Clerks can process Albany County voter registration applications and verify whether an individual is eligible to vote, and they maintain up-to-date lists of registered voters. Albany County Clerks may also provide online information about how to register to vote or where to vote. Citizens may also be able to register to vote at a Clerk's Office.
Albany County Clerk Albany NY 112 State Street 12207 518-447-7168
Albany Presbytery Clerk Watervliet NY 601 5th Avenue 12189 518-273-3390
Berne Town Clerk Berne NY 1656 Helderberg Trl 12023 518-872-1448
Cohoes City Clerk Cohoes NY 97 Mohawk Street, Ste 1 12047 518-233-2140
Colonie Town Clerk Latham NY 534 New Loudon Road 12110 518-783-2734
Guilderland Town Clerk Altamont NY 5209 Western Avenue 12009 518-356-1980
New Scotland Town Clerk Slingerlands NY 2029 New Scotland Road 12159 518-439-4865
Ravena City Clerk Ravena NY 15 Russell Avenue 12143 518-756-2100
Watervliet Clerk Watervliet NY 2 15th Street 12189 518-270-3810
Albany County Boards of Elections are responsible for carrying out public elections, and one of their duties is to process Albany County voter registration applications submitted by citizens in New York. A Board of Elections certifies eligible voters in their particular jurisdiction and maintains an up-to-date list of registered voters in Albany County. They also verify voter information and may contact registered voters to keep Albany County voter list information current. Boards of Elections are usually operated at the county or local level, and may be known as a Board of Registrars.
Albany County Board of Elections Albany NY 32 North Russell Road 12206 518-487-5060
Albany County The primary responsibility of the DMV, or Department of Motor Vehicles, is to grant New York driver's licenses and identification cards to NY residents, but the DMV also plays an important role in Albany County voter registration. Citizens who want to register to vote in Albany County can do so at the DMV, which will transfer the information, such as full name and address, to the local Albany County Board of Elections or Albany County Clerk's Office. This can be an easy way to register to vote while applying for a license or renewing a license. The DMV may also be known as an Albany County DOL, or Albany County Department of Licensing.
Albany NY DMV Office Albany NY 224 South Pearl Street 12202 518-486-9786
Allegheny County DMV Office Albany NY 7 Court Street 12205 585-268-9267