Let’s Vote on November 3
Vote by Absentee Ballot
Request your ballot by October 27
Sign & Mail your ballot by November 3Learn More
Early Voting Sites
New Yorkers can vote early! The early voting period is October 24 - November 1Find your early voting site
At the Polls on November 3
All polling places will be open on election dayFind your polling place
Voter Protection Hotline: 347-502-6815
Vote for Biden-Harris on the Working Families Party Line!
If you live in New York, you can help defeat Trump and build a more progressive Democratic Party by voting for Biden-Harris on the WFP ballot line. The Working Families Party has helped elect progressive candidates like Jamaal Bowman and passed critical rent protections in Albany, but their ballot line is under threat. Help save the WFP’s ballot line by voting for Biden-Harris on the WFP line.
Voting by Absentee Ballot
Polls will be open on November 3rd, but due to COVID-19, every New Yorker can vote by mail using an absentee ballot. Voting by absentee is the safest way to vote. It’s also easy; just follow the quick steps below.
1. Request Your Absentee Ballot
Request your absentee ballot online here or by mailing an absentee ballot application that you can download and print here. With either option, you must do so by October 27. Make sure to check “temporary illness or physical disability” as the reason you are requesting an absentee ballot.
If you prefer to fill out a paper application, you should mail the completed application to your County Board of Elections.
For Bronx Residents:
Bronx County Board of Elections
1780 Grand Concourse-5th Floor
Bronx, NY 10457
For Queens Residents:
Queens County Board of Elections
118-35 Queens Boulevard
Forest Hills, NY 11375
Ballots will be mailed beginning September 18th
2. Send Your Absentee Ballot
Once the County Board of Elections has received your application and approved it, they will send you your actual absentee ballot. Ballots must be postmarked and mailed back by November 3rd! Alternatively, people can still drop off their ballot in person at a poll site, ballot dropbox, or your County Board of Election on or before November 3rd.
You can drop off your absentee ballot at ANY poll site
- You CAN drop off ballots for other people
- You do NOT need to wait in line
- You do NOT need postage
- You do NOT need to use the outer ballot envelope, but you MUST sign the oath envelope by the red X