With November elections creeping up, many seats are up for grabs at the local, state and federal level, the St. Lawrence County Board of Elections says.
In Brasher Falls, there is an open three-year unexpired town council seat.
Canton, Colton, Fine, Hopkinton, Lawrence, Massena and Potsdam will be electing town justices.
DeKalb will be voting in a new highway superintendent, town justice and filling a one-year unexpired town council seat.
Gouverneur and Waddington will be electing to a one-year unexpired town council spot.
Hermon will be filling a one-year unexpired term for town clerk.
Parishville has open a three-year unexpired town supervisor position and a one-year unexpired town council seat.
Rossie will be filling in a one-year unexpired town supervisor position.
For village sets, Canton, Gouverneur, Heuvelton and Rensselaer Falls are electing two village trustees each.
Massena will be voting in a new mayor, village justice and two village trustees.
At the county level, all 15 county legislature seats are up for re-election, along with county treasurer, two coroners and the county court judge.
At the state level, Assembly seats for the 115th, 116th, 117th and 118th districts are up for grabs.
Voters will be choosing who will represent them in the 45th, 47th and 48th state Senate districts.
The governor, lt. governor and state attorney general will be on November's ballot.
The final open seat is at the federal level, for the 21st congressional district.