Find out how you can vote for Jackie in the November 3rd election:

There are three easy ways that you can vote for Jackie in the November election:
1. Vote Absentee by Mail: now!
2. Vote Early In-Person: October 24th - November 1st
3. Vote In-Person on Election Day: November 3rd

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NY-02 Voter Helpline

If you have any questions about voting, please call our dedicated NY-02 Voter Helpline at (855) 895-2667 

Voting Absentee by Mail

Because of the COVID 19 pandemic, all New York voters are able to vote absentee by mail this November by selecting “temporary illness” as the excuse. However, the state will NOT be mailing every voter an absentee ballot application for the general election as they did in the primary.

The easiest way to request your absentee ballot is by using New York's new online portal here. You can download a paper absentee application online here.

Click here to learn more on how to fill out and return your ballot! 

Important Deadlines:
You can begin requesting your absentee ballot now! Applications must be postmarked by October 27th or dropped off in-person to your County Board of Elections by November 2nd. Your ballot must be postmarked by Election Day, November 3rd. 

Suffolk County
Return both your absentee application and ballot to: 

Suffolk County Board of Elections
Yaphank Avenue
PO Box 700
Yaphank, NY 11980

Nassau County
Return both your absentee application and ballot to:

Nassau County Board of Elections
240 Old Country Road, 5th Floor
PO Box 9002
Mineola, NY 11501 


Early Voting

Voting in-person at an early voting site is another safe way to cast your ballot for Jackie. Voters can cast their ballot at any early voting site in their home county, regardless of where within the county they are registered. Early voting runs from October 24th to November 1st.

Click here to find the Nassau & Suffolk County early voting hours and locations.


Voting In-Person On Election Day

On Election Day, November 3rd, voters must go to their designated polling location to cast their ballot. Polls are open 6am to 9pm. You can look up your polling location by visiting the New York Board of Elections website here.



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