Early Voting In New York: What You Need To Know
Early voting is underway in New York State, which means you can finally cast your ballot for president and other local races. Unfortunately, Lower Manhattan doesn’t have an early voting location this year. The nearest one for most addresses in Lower Manhattan is the Church of St. Anthony of Padua (155 Sullivan Street); voters who reside on the northeast part of the neighborhood can go to J.H.S. 56 Corlears School (220 Henry Street) on the Lower East Side.
Click here to confirm your early polling site (and your regular polling site too).
Early voting locations are not the same as your usual polling place. But they will be open longer in the run up to the election to allow more New Yorkers time to vote, and more chances to socially distance at polling sites — which should give you plenty of time to make the trek.
Early voting runs October 24 through November 1. Regular polling places will still be open on Election Day (November 3).
Early voting hours:
October 24: 10a -4p
October 25: 10a-4p
October 26: 7a-3p
October 27: 12p-8p
October 28: 12p-8p
October 29: 10a-6p
October 30: 7a-5p
October 31: 7a-5p
November 1: 7a-4p