The election ballots for the school budget and board vote were delivered from the printer to the post office Thursday evening, and it was expected they will begin circulating in the mail Friday, according to school sources. The printer anticipates that voters will receive the ballot packages in their Tuesday mail delivery.
Election ballots are being mailed to voters automatically. You do not need to submit an absentee ballot application for the school budget and board vote (you do need to submit an absentee ballot application for the June 23rd primary elections). Ballots must be received in the school district offices by 5pm on June 9, 2020.
You’ll be voting for the school budget and for two new members of the board of education:
Learn more about the proposed school budget.
Learn about the seven candidates running for the two open positions on the Rye City Board of Education. Click on each person’s name to read their MyRye.com interview: