Voting early generally means fewer lines and less stress at the polls. Plus, you can vote according to your schedule instead of the city’s.
On Election Day, polls are open from 6am-9pm.
To find your poll site, click here. You can also check Who’sOnTheBallot.org. Remember, poll locations can change year to year, and could differ from your Early Voting site, so make sure you take note of the right election site when you are going to cast your ballot.
If you received an absentee ballot, you can mail it or drop it off.
After you fill the absentee ballot, make sure to sign and date the back of the envelope.
If you choose to mail your absentee ballot, it must be postmarked by November 2nd. We recommend using two stamps to mail the ballot.
You can also drop off your absentee ballot at any Early Voting or Election Day poll site (as long as the polls are open) or at one of the Board of Elections offices (see their locations here).
If you asked for or submitted an absentee ballot, you can still vote in person.
If you had already requested or received an absentee ballot, or even if you already submitted your absentee ballot, you can still vote in person on Early Voting or Election day.
Only your vote in person will count, not the absentee ballot. You do not need to bring your ballot with you to vote in person.