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WE KNOW THAT NCNW-SI MEMBERS ARE CONCERNED ABOUT THE IMPACTS OF COVID-19, AND WE WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO VOTE SAFELY IN THE UPCOMING ELECTION.
Protect your health, and the health of our democracy. Vote safely this fall!
All registered voters can participate in early voting, which starts 10 days before Election Day. Benefits include shorter wait times and less crowding at the polls.
Early Voting for the General Election: October 24 - November 1
Early voting locations across the city will be announced in the coming weeks. Find your early voting location.
This fall, all New York voters can vote by mail due to the risk of contracting the coronavirus.
Request deadline for General Election: October 27
You can select “Temporary illness or disability” as the reason for your request.
Request your ballot online from the Board of Elections at nycabsentee.com.
Visit our How to Vote page and click “Vote Absentee” to learn more about absentee voting.
Worried about the mail? You can drop off your completed absentee ballot at your poll site or your local Board of Elections office.
This fall, all New York Voters can vote by mail due to the risk of contracting the coronavirus.
You must request an absentee ballot to vote by mail.
We recommend requesting your ballot and mailing it back as soon as possible.
There are several ways to request an absentee ballot:
The application link is below: