Voting in The Upcoming Election

Date: Tuesday August 25, 2020


The upcoming elections are going to be incredibly important as we vote for President, Federal and State representatives. It’s going to be essential to make sure your voice is heard and it’s easier and safer than ever to cast your vote.

There are a few ways to cast your vote in the upcoming election:
  • Absentee Voting or Mail-in Voting: You can now request your absentee ballot online by visiting (if you live in New York City) or On the form, select the box for "Temporary Illness." Applications can be submitted as soon as today!

  • After your application is received, you will then be sent an Absentee Ballot to cast your vote. To cast your vote, simply complete the ballot, including signing the affidavit on the envelope that is included, and mail it back. We recommend returning your Absentee Ballot by mid-October, but the official deadline to return it is Election Day. You can also drop off your completed ballot at the office of your local County Board of Elections. 

  • Early Voting is just like voting on Election Day, except it’s held on an earlier dates where lines will probably be shorter and there will be less people. The early voting period runs from Saturday, October 24, 2020 to Sunday, November 1, 2020, but dates and hours may vary based on where you live. You can find out more about early voting and your closest polling location here:

  • In-Person Voting is still available if you want to vote the conventional way on Election Day (Tuesday, November 3, 2020). To find your voting location, you can visit:

Of course, if you haven’t registered to vote yet, it’s not too late! New York State has made it easier than ever to register. It’s all done online; all you need is an up-to-date drivers’ license or state issued ID. Click here and follow the prompts, it will only take you five (5) minutes or less to register:!

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