NYC Voting Begins Now Through June 23: Absentee Voting and Important Deadlines Inside

Posted By NYC Newswire

by Nikki Lucas via NYC Newswire

Although most of us are preoccupied with COVID-19 and protesting against rogue police officers, there is still an election that will take place in New York City in June.  Absentee Voting is happening now, early in-person voting begins June 13 and election day is Tuesday June 23, 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic everyone can vote via absentee ballot. See the options below.


Tuesday, June 16: Last day to send in your absentee ballot application via mail, email or fax (Request Your Absentee Ballot)
Monday, June 22: Deadline to postmark absentee ballots

Saturday June 13 – Sunday June 21 – In-person Early Voting at polling sites.

Tuesday, June 23 – Election Day In-person voting at your polling locations

To prevent the community spread of COVID-19, all registered voters may apply for an Absentee Ballot to vote in the upcoming
June 23, 2020 elections.

If you are affected by COVID-19, please check the box for “Temporary Illness” on the application. The definition has been temporarily expanded to include those affected by COVID-19 and/or the potential of contracting the virus.

This website can be used only by registered New York City voters to apply for an Absentee Ballot for the June 23, 2020 Elections.

Please enter your information exactly as it appears in your voter record. Failure to do so may result in a “Record Not Found”.

This does not mean you are not eligible.

For further assistance please call 1-866-VOTE-NYC


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