Election Day is Tuesday, November 6.
Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
If you are there by 9 p.m., the polls will be kept open for you.
Voter suppression is happening here in New York and longtime voters have been purged from the rolls. It could happen even if you voted in September, even if you’ve never missed an election. If you get to the polls and there is no record of you, request an Affidavit Ballot. Fill out the envelope very carefully.
Ask for the election site coordinator if you have any problems voting.
Ahead of the election, do what you can to get out the vote. Our newsletter offers daily actions you can take. It is sent to members by email, but you can also view it here.