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Voting Details for New York State
If you live in New York State, here is what you have to know and how you can cast your vote for Drew Kopf for President of the United States in the 2008 National Federal Election.
Voter Registration Deadline is: The deadline for registering to vote in Ne w York State is August 9, 2008 for the Primary Election. The deadline for registering to vote in the General Election is ______, 2008.
General Election Day is: General Election Day is Tuesday, November 4, 2004
How to Write-In Drew Kopf in the Elcection Booth: All voting machines will have pencils available. Move the slide at the top of the machine to the left, then push it up and write in KOPF or DREW KOPF. Pull the slide back down.

Q: How do I request an Absantee Ballot?

Click here for the rules regarding Absantee Ballots in New York State

Q: What if I ordered an Absentee Ballot but it did not arrive yet?


A: The Federal Write-In Absantee Ballot is only valid when a regular ballot from the state or territory has already been requested, in a timely manner, and has not been received. Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA)

Here are detaila about the Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot (FWAB SF-186)
for US Citizens who are New York State residents.

How do I get help? Overseas Military and Civilian Citizens contact Voting Assiatance Officer. Other Overseas Citizens may obtain supplies of the FWAB by contacting the FVAP directly at vote@fvap.ncr.gov
New York State Election Law Please Click HERE to read the entire 608 page New York State Election Law

Sections relevant to or mentioning running as in independant write in candiadte for President or Vice President of the United States.

Page 172
§ 6-153. Certificate of candidacy by write-in candidates for
president and vice president.
1. Any person who wishes to be a write-in candidate for president of
the United States shall, not later than the third Tuesday before the general
election, file a certificate of candidacy with the state board of elections.
2. Such certificate shall be signed by such candidate and shall contain
the following:
(a) The name and address of the candidate for president.
(b) The name and address of a candidate for vice president of the
United States, if any, and a certificate of acceptance signed by such candidate.
(c) The names and addresses of the candidates for electors pledged to
such candidate for president, together with a certificate of acceptance and
pledge of support signed by each such candidate for elector.

Page 291 – 292
§ 9-206. Canvass of election district returns of general and special elections.
The canvassing board shall canvass the votes cast within the county for state, county, city and town offices; also the vote cast on any ballot proposal. The canvass by the county board of canvassers relating to the offices of president and vice president of the United States, governor, lieutenant governor, state comptroller, attorney-general, United States senator, member of the house of representatives, member of the state senate, member of the assembly and any ballot proposal shall show in each election district the total number of persons voting at such election, the number of votes cast for each candidate, the number of unrecorded or blank votes for each of the abovementioned offices and each ballot proposal. Write-in votes cast for president or vice president for persons who were not certified by the state board of elections as write-in candidates for such offices shall not be canvassed for such candidates but such votes shall be canvassed as void votes. If, during the canvass, there shall clearly appear to be any omission or clerical mistake in the return for any district filed with the board of elections, the canvassing board may summon the election officers before the board, and such officers shall meet forthwith and make any necessary correction, in order that their canvass may be correctly stated, but they shall not alter any decision theretofore made by them.

Page 326
§ 12-100. Electors of president and vice president.
At the general election in November preceding the time fixed by law of the United States for the choice of president and vice president of the United States, as many electors of president and vice president of the United States shall be elected, as this state shall be entitled to. Each vote cast for the candidates of any party or independent body for president and vice president of the United States and each vote cast for any write-in candidates for such offices shall be deemed to be cast for the candidates for elector of such party or independent body or the candidates for elector named in the certificate of candidacy of such write-in candidates.