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.