Make Your Plan for Early Voting in the November Elections

11/01/2022 in
Make Your Plan for Early Voting in the November Elections

Election Day is November 8, when New Yorkers have the opportunity to elect the state’s governor and a number of federal and state congressional representatives. And thanks to the expansion of voting laws in 2019, voting is already open statewide, which means you can cast your vote this week!

To find your early poll site, check findmypollsite.vote.nyc. Note that your early-voting site is likely different from your poll site on Election Day. You can learn more about the candidates in your district at nycvotes.org, as well as read up on the initiatives you’ll find on the other side of your ballot. One of those initiatives, the Clean Water, Clean Air and Green Jobs Bond Act, would authorize $4.2 billion in funding for critical environmental-restoration projects statewide — including a number of necessary initiatives to protect Lower Manhattan from future sea-level and flood surges.

Early voting runs through November 6.

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