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You can still vote by absentee ballot
The deadline for the postmarked return of an absentee ballot has been extended to June 23, 2020 for the primary election and November 3, 2020 for the general election per Chapter 91 of the laws of 2020. So, if you did not vote yet and have the absentee ballot in your house - you still have time!
QUESTION: Did everyone who requested an absentee ballot receive one? Most people who contacted me early last week who said they did not receive an absentee ballot have since received them. If you did not please advise. I am concerned about the reliability of the postal service and if there is a postal service problem - I feel that the Board of Elections (in upcoming primaries and elections) should at least send out confirmations that they received the ballot from voters. Under my proposal if a voter does not receive the confirmation - the voters would than have the ability to vote at the polling place. Please e mail me at email@example.com. It’s important that every vote is counted. One way to determine if my worries are legitimate is to find out how many people who requested an absentee ballot never received the ballot.
YOU CAN VOTE TODAY AND TOMORROW AT GREENBURGH TOWN HALL OR AT DOBBS FERRY VILLAGE HALL
June 19: 8:AM to 4:PM Saturday, June 20: 12:PM to 5:PM Sunday, June 21: 12:PM to 5:PM # # #
ON TUESDAY, PRIMARY DAY POLLING PLACES ARE DIFFERENT - ONLY 5 VOTING PLACES IN ENTIRE TOWN
There will be some confusion because this year the polling locations are different than your normal location. Only 5 voting locations in the entire town. There are 81 election districts in the town. Some villages have no voting location.
Polls will be open on Primary Day, Tuesday, June 23, from 6:AM to 9:PM,
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