Thursday, September 19, 2013

Thurman Democratic Blog

The Town Of Thurman Democrats now have a blog online with news about town races.  It will be updated regularly through the election.  Check it out at

Voting by Absentee Ballot

If you cannot make it to the polls on Election Day, you have the right to vote by Absentee Ballot.  Do not let absence prevent you from voting!

An application for an absentee ballot that is submitted by mail must be postmarked by the Post Office no later than 10/29.

November 4 is the last day to apply in person at the Board of Elections.

Warren County  Residents may apply in person for an absentee at Warren County Board of Elections, 1340 State Rte. 9, Human Service Bldg.,  3rd Floor, Lake George, NY 12845.

For further directions or assistance call 518 761 6456 or 518 761 6457.

November 4 is the last day to postmark a ballot.

However, absentee ballots can be handed in on Election Day, November 5 at either the Board of Elections or your local polling place.

The Warren County Board of Elections will have additional office hours for absentee voting on:

Tuesday, 10/22 from 8am-7pm
Thursday, 10/24 from 8am-7pm
Saturday, 10/26 from 9am-12 Noon
Monday, 10 28 from 8am-7pm
Wednesday, 10/30 from 8am-7pm
Saturday, 11/2 from 9am to Noon

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Local 773 of the Plumbers & Steamfitters of the UA had a gala ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday, September 14, of their new campus at Glens Falls' Tech Meadow Industrial Park in West Glens Falls.

Present were a large number of area Democrats, leading with Larry Bulman, former Saratoga County Chair, Business manager of Local 773 and now with the United Association.  Joining him was Rep. Bill Owens, Mayor Jack Diamond, Gov. Cuomo representative Mark Streb, and many others.


Saturday, September 7, 2013

There was a large delegation of Warren County Democrats at the Annual Warren Senior Picnic at the Glens Falls-Queensbury Elks Lodge pavilion on Wednesday, September 4th.  Approximately 500 people were in attendance for the barbequed chicken and corn on the cob fest.
 Supervisor Candidate Dean Boecher talks with organizer before the picnic

 As the crowd filters in former Warren County Treasurer and Glens Falls Mayor Frank O'Keefe and Supervisor and Supervisor Candidate Bill Mason greet seniors

Judge John Hall compliments O'Keefe on his political button collection

Mason and guest
 O'Keefe & Hall with picnicker 

Dean Boecher and friends

Hall campaign manager Dennis Tarantino and friend

 A Judge Hall supporter!