Voter Registration Deadline October 13

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If you're not registered to vote and want to cast a ballot on November 7, your deadline is Friday.

The state Board of Elections reminded New Yorkers that mail-in voter registration forms must be postmarked by midnight Friday, Oct. 13 and received by the state or local board of elections no later than Wednesday, Oct. 18.

■ If honorably discharged from the military or if you have become a naturalized citizen since Oct. 14, the deadline is October 28.

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For more information, call your county board of elections or 518-474-1953.

Friday is also the last day applications can be sent to change a voter's party affiliation to vote in the 2018 primary election.

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The Livingston County Board of Elections is inside the County Government Center, 6 Court St., Geneseo.

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