Upcoming Election Events for Rochester Voters
2020 Scheduled Election Events
Presidential Nomination Primary - March 3, 2020
State and Local Primary - August 11, 2020
General Election - November 3, 2020
Online tools for voters:
Voter Resources to Download
2018 Voter Information Guide (PDF) - will be updated for 2020
Voting in the 2018 General Election - One Page Voter Quick Reference (PDF) - will be updated for 2020
Access your personalized sample ballot for the general election beginning 46 days before each election to see exactly what your ballot looks like before you go to vote.
Voters have three choices for how to cast a ballot:
- By mail - starts 46 days before each election
- Early in-person at a designated absentee voting location - starts 46 days before each election, with additional locations in 2020 in the final 7 days before each election
- At your assigned polling place on Election Day.
Election judges are always needed to help serve voters in the polls on Election Day. Consider applying today! Sign up now to let us know if you are interested in helping in any of the three elections in 2020.
If you will be 16 or 17 in 2020, you can sign up to be a student election judge and help your friends and neighbors cast their ballots.
Filing for office for candidates in 2018occurred from May 22 through June 5, 2018. The Rochester City Clerk's Office is the filing office for all city offices (mayor and city council.)
Candidate Filing Packets: includes information about campaign guidelines and required campaign finance reports - will be updated for 2020
2018 Election Results
November General Election
Kim Norton 31,810
Charlie O'Connell 14,938
Heather Holmes 4146
Patrick Keane 4190
Nick Campion 5579
Arlo Kroenig 1754
Judy Hickey 3907
Shaun C. Palmer 3967