For the first time in state history, New Yorkers can vote early for the November 5, 2019 general election.
Early voting starts on October 26, and runs until November 3.
Early voting was a central part of Governor Andrew M Cuomo's 2019 Justice Agenda, and he signed the legislation establishing early voting in January of this year. There will now be nine days of early voting prior to Election Day. This means that if you have personal or professional conflicts on Election Day that prevent you from physically being able to vote, you have time to vote ahead of November 5. This change will also reduce waiting times for voters on Election Day.
Click on your county below to learn the times and places where you can vote early.
On November 5, 2019, General Election day, poll sites are open 6 AM to 9 PM.