The Oneida County Conservative Party has filed an official complaint with the State Board of Elections, calling for an investigation into serious incidents that have taken place at the Oneida County Board of Elections under the new election commissioners.

The complaint alleges incidents ranging from various inaccuracies in record keeping to stamping-in petitions a day later than received to leaving a candidate's name off of a primary absentee ballot that was mailed out.

Conservative Party Chair Julie Miller says election law is very clear about filings being stamped-in on the day they're received and leaving a candidate's name off a ballot that was mailed out is completely unacceptable.

Miller says an investigation.is warranted.