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Posted on: June 3, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Polling place locations (and early voting info) for June 23rd primary

Town Clerk Judith Beville announces polling place locadtions (and early voting info) for June 23rd primary for President, District Attorney, Congress and State Assembly

Primary Elections:  Revised Letter.  Please see specific dates, below, from the Westchester County Board of Elections



Dear All Town of Greenburgh Residents (Revised:  6/5/20): 


We have a very important Primary Election and, I’m sure that we all know and realize the critical importance of voting in this upcoming Primary. 


The number of voting sites has been significantly reduced from eighty-one (81) to just five (5) polling places in the Town of Greenburgh.  There will only be sixty-one (61) countywide, down from several hundred.  This phenomenon is not unique to Westchester or the State of New York.  The number of polling places in states around the country has been dramatically reduced at this time of upcoming Primary Elections.  The reduction is due to limited numbers of available Elections Inspectors which is understandable in this climate of a pandemic.  The sites were selected by the Westchester County Board of Elections.  The Board of Elections will send a card, in the mail, to each resident indicating the appropriate polling place as we may not simply vote at just either one of the selected sites.  We must cast our vote according to the specified site that we are assigned to, based on our address.    


Residents may also send in their Ballots through the mail.  Please see the chart, below, from the Westchester County Board of Elections.   There is no need to worry or panic if you don’t get your ballot in the mail because there are options:  you can always go to one of the physical polling sites to cast your vote. 




Details re: Voting for the Upcoming Primary, including Early Voting


Early Voting in the Town of Greenburgh will be held, only, aGreenburgh Town Hall and Dobbs Ferry Village Hall.  Below are the days and hours for both Greenburgh Town Hall and Dobbs Ferry Village Hall. 


Early Voting Days and Hours

Saturday June 13th                         12:00noon – 5:00pm   

Sunday June 14th                     12.00noon – 5:00pm  

Monday June 15                      8:00am – 4:00pm       

Tuesday June 16                       1:00pm – 9:00pm

Wednesday June 17                8:00am – 4:00pm        

Thursday June 18                     1:00pm – 9:00pm

Friday June 19                           8:00am – 4:00pm

Saturday June 20                     12:00noon – 5:00pm  

Sunday June 21                        12:00noon – 5:00pm      


Primary Day:  June 23rd :  6:00am to 9:00pm

Voting / Polling Sites:  Greenburgh Town Hall along with ... 

Ardsley Middle School; Dobbs Ferry Village Hall; Tarrytown Village Hall and Woodlands High School


Security and Safety

The Westchester County Board of Elections will ensure that voting sites are properly marked or monitored for social distancing.  All Elections Inspectors will be provided with and required to wear face masks and gloves.  They will also be provided with cleaning materials and required to wipe down the voting areas throughout the day.  Residents are reminded to wear proper PPE, both masks and gloves, as they come to vote, as well.  Whenever we gather, at this time of the pandemic, we must do so in the spirit of protecting self and others.


Please help spread the word re: the upcoming Primary Early Voting and Primary Day by sharing this email with your organizations, friends, neighbors and fellow residents.  This letter will also be posted on the town’s website.  Please check our website for updates regarding the Primary:  Early Voting and Primary Day. 


Making a Difference Together!


Be well and stay well,


Judith A. Beville

Greenburgh Town Clerk


Final Note:  Please fill out your Census 2020 Forms and mail them in.  






Deadline Information

June 16

Last day to postmark an application or letter of application by mail, or send an email or fax for an absentee ballot. 

June 22

Last day to apply IN-PERSON for absentee ballot.

June 22

Last day to postmark ballot. Must be received by the local board of elections no later than June 30th. 

June 23

Last day to deliver ballot IN-PERSON to the local board of elections (by someone other than the voter).

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