EARLY VOTING

 
 
 

Early voting would allow registered New York voters to vote in person at a polling place in the days leading up to Election Day. The state legislature would determine how many days of early voting New York would have.

  • Early Voting provides more flexibility and creates more opportunities for people to participate and vote at their convenience.

  • Early voting isn’t a Democrat or Republican idea: 37 states have early voting, why not New York?

  • Early voting in New York would alleviate some of the pressure on poll sites and workers and save on time and error on Election Day without increasing costs.