Early Voting for the November 2nd General Election:
October 23 - October 31
Any registered voter will have the ability to vote early at any convenient Early Voting Center. When you get to the Early Voting location, you will check in to vote, receive your ballot and vote as in any other election.
Voting during Early Voting is the same as election day, but if you do decide to vote early you are not eligible to vote on election day.
Visit www.VoteUlster.com for more information on Early Voting, to look up your November 2nd Polling Site, view Sample Ballots, and more!
Public Hearings on the Proposed 2022 Ulster County Budget & Proposed 2022-2027 Capital Program
Monday, November 8th at 6:00 PM (to be held virtually by Zoom)
Tuesday, November 9th at 6:00 PM (to be held virtually by Zoom)
Wednesday, November 10th at 6:00 PM (to be held virtually by Zoom)
Next Regular Legislative Session - Tuesday, November 16, 2021
The meeting agenda can be accessed HERE when available
Legislative Session is Livestreamed and available via vimeo at https://livestream.com/accounts/1512750/events/1824203
Public Comment is administered by Call In Studio. Dial 205-Ulster-0 (205-857-8370) to be connected
A Message From Chairman David B. Donaldson - Ulster County Food Pantries and Non-Profits Continue To Need Our Support
"I am proud to call Ulster County home because of the way we rise to meet challenges, and rally to help one another. I have put together some information that may help if you or someone you know is in need of a little extra help as we continue our efforts to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you are fortunate enough to find yourself in a position to give, it is more important now than it has ever been to support our food pantries and non-profit organizations in Ulster County who dedicate their time, efforts, and resources to help those most in need. Last year many more families have needed a little help putting food on the table, accessing health care, and making ends meet, and Ulster County's Non-Profit Organizations and Food Pantries have done their best to meet the increased demand.
They can't do it alone. I encourage everyone who has the means to donate to these amazing places so they can continue helping Ulster County families. Please CLICK HERE for a list of Food Pantries throughout the county. Please CLICK HERE for a number of area Non-Profits.
Every little bit helps and thank you."
From Left to Right - Front Row: Lopez, Ronk, Bartels, Donaldson, Heppner, Uchitelle, Archer Middle Row: Wawro, Maio, Fabiano, Walter, Parete, Greene, Haynes, Corcoran, Petit, Delaune Back Row: Bruno, Criswell, Cahill, Litts, Roberts, Gavaris
County Office Building, 6th Floor
244 Fair Street
Chair David B. Donaldson
Vice Chair Tracey Bartels
Majority Leader Jonathan Heppner
Majority Whip Abe Uchitelle
Minority Leader Kenneth J. Ronk, Jr.
Minority Whip Craig Lopez
Clerk Victoria A. Fabella
Counsel Christopher Ragucci, Esq.
Victor Cueva, Esq.
Minority Counsel Nicholas Pascale, Esq.