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Posted on: June 13, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Early voting begins today: Dobbs Ferry Village Hall and Greenburgh Town Hall

Early voting for June 23rd primary today. Vote at Dobbs Ferry Village Hall or Greenburgh Town Hall
If you applied for an absentee ballot did you receive one? I did not.
If you vote early what were your experiences? Masks? Social distancing


Early Voting in Greenburgh for the June Primary Election begins today. for the June Primary 23rd primary  Election.  In Greenburgh there are contested elections for United States Congress, District Attorney, Assembly.  The races are competitive so your vote is important.  

Consider going to the polls during the nine-day Early Voting period (June 13–21). How to vote early in the Town of Greenburgh Go to your designated Early Voting location: For Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Hastings-on-Hudson, Irvington, and Tarrytown: Dobbs Ferry Village Hall 112 Main Street, Dobbs Ferry (park and enter in back of building) For Elmsford and unincorporated Greenburgh (including Edgemont/Greenville, Fairview, and Hartsdale): Greenburgh Town Hall 177 Hillside Avenue, White Plains 

Days and hours for all locations are as follows: Saturday, June 13: 12:PM to 5:PM Sunday, June 14: 12:PM to 5:PM Monday, June 15: 8:AM to 4:PM Tuesday, June 16: 12:PM to 8:PM Wednesday, June 17: 8:AM to 4:PM Thursday, June 18: 12:PM to 8:PM Friday, June 19: 8:AM to 4:PM Saturday, June 20: 12:PM to 5:PM Sunday, June 21: 12:PM to 5:PM # # # Polls will be open on Primary Day, Tuesday, June 23, from 6:AM to 9:PM, but locations are subject to change.


To confirm your polling site, visit the Westchester County Board of Elections at citizenparticipation.westchestergov.com or call 914-995-5700. To learn about the races that are on your ballot, visit the League of Women Voters’ VOTE411 

QUESTION- LET ME KNOW IF YOU DIDN’T RECEIVE AN ABSENTEE BALLOT - IF YOU REQUESTED ONE?

Speaking personally - three weeks ago I went to the Post Office and personally dropped off absentee ballot applications  the Board of Elections. No member of my family has received the absentee ballots.  I am wondering if other residents have experienced similar problems.  If yes, please e mail me at pfeiner@greenburghny.com. I am worried about the postal service --which has lost mail, sent mail to the wrong address over the years. 

AFTER YOU VOTE - WOULD BE CURIOUS ABOUT YOUR EXPERIENCES -SOCIAL DISTANCING AND PANDEMIC SAFEGUARDS

  If you vote early please advise of your experiences. Did people social distance? Were they wearing masks? Were alcohol hand sanitizers available?  Please advise. I will provide residents with updates. If experiences are positive it will reassure others to vote early. If experiences are negative I’ll advise the Board of Elections and officials.  


Paul Feiner

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