All NYC voters can vote early in-person
Next Election: Special Election for New York City Council District 24 (Queens) on February 2nd. Learn more here.
Your early voting site may be different from your Election Day poll site, so make sure to check before you go. Find your Early Voting poll site here.
Do I need to sign up to vote early?
Nope! Early voting is just like Election Day, but with more flexibility. Just find your early voting site, show up, and vote!
When are polls open for Early Voting?
Early voting begins ten days before Election Day, and ends on the Sunday before Election Day. Hours vary by day. Make sure to check your early voting location before you go.
If I requested an absentee ballot, can I still vote in person?
Yes! You do not need to bring your absentee ballot with you, and you can vote with a regular ballot.
How are Early Voting sites preparing for the coronavirus?
The Board of Elections has prepared extensively to keep all poll sites safe. Masks and social distancing are required, surfaces will be regularly cleaned with disinfectant, hand sanitizer will be available for all, and poll workers will work behind plexiglass.
What type of ballots will be used at Early Voting sites?
The same ballots used on Election Day.
When will early votes be counted?
Early votes will be counted when polls close on Election Day.