Click here for the list of the NYS County Board of Elections March 11, 2020 County’s are listed in alphabetical order and include the address, phone, fax and email to contact for information.
Voter Rights and Info
The disability community represents an important and potentially influential voting bloc. But we can only be effective if we participate and and vote! Candidates that support the equality and full inclusion of people with disabilities will benefit from the power of the disability vote. This year’s general election will be a busy one and it […]
• 866 OUR VOTE at www.866ourvote.org or 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683) • 888-Ve-Y-Vota (888-839-8682) for Bilingual English and Spanish assistance • The Election Assistance Commission https://www.eac.gov/, 1-866-747-1471 • The Department of Justice Voting Section at www.justice.gov/crt/contacting-voting-section, 800-253-3931 • Your state Protection & Advocacy Agency – a list of state agencies can be found on the National Disability […]
It is always your right to vote on a paper affidavit ballot. Affidavit ballots, also known as provisional ballots, are used when you believe yourself eligible to vote but cannot submit a regular ballot. For example, your name is not listed in the poll book, or your address has changed but your local board of […]
If you are not sure where your polling site is located use the links below. Click for the online polling site locater for Putnam County residents Click for the online polling site locater for Westchester County residents Polling locations throughout New York State can be found at this link.
Who may apply for an absentee ballot? In the 2020 general election, to be held November 3, every registered voter in New York State is eligible to an absentee ballot due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is important in this election that when using an absentee application and/or ballot be sure to follow the instructions […]
The last day to register to vote changes with every election but you can register throughout the year to be ready for the next election. For upcoming elections check the dates at your local board of elections. It’s important that people with disabilities get out and vote, which will help decide who is representing us! […]