United StatesElection
2020

Let's Make

Make sure your voice is heard in 2020. We are here to help as a resource for all the voting information you need. From registration to voting day, you can visit this site for the latest links and updates.

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Barclays Center is a Polling Site

For the first time in its history, Barclays Center will serve as a polling site for the 2020 general election, hosting voters for Early Voting from Oct. 24 to Nov. 1 and on Election Day, Nov. 3.

Election Day - November 3

New York City Early VotingOctober 24 – November 1


Voting Hours
Monday: 7AM to 3PM
Tuesday: 12PM to 8PM
Wednesday: 12PM to 8PM
Thursday: 10AM to 6PM
Friday: 7AM to 3PM
Saturdays: 10AM to 4PM
Sundays: 10AM to 4PM

General ElectionNovember 3


Tuesday: 6AM to 9PM

Nassau County Early VotingOctober 24 – November 1


Voting Hours
Monday: 10AM to 7PM
Tuesday: 10AM to 7PM
Wednesday: 6AM to 7PM
Thursday: 10AM to 7PM
Friday: 6AM to 7PM
Saturday: 9AM to 6PM
Sunday: 10AM to 3PM

General ElectionNovember 3


Tuesday: 6AM to 9PM

Suffolk County Early VotingOctober 24 – November 1


Voting Hours
Monday: 7AM to 3PM
Tuesday: 12PM to 8PM
Wednesday: 8AM to 4PM
Thursday: 8AM to 4PM
Friday: 12PM to 8PM
Saturday: 10AM to 3PM
Sunday: 10AM to 3PM

General ElectionNovember 3


Tuesday: 6AM to 9PM

Partners

A nonpartisan initiative partnering with sports teams, leagues and athletes to improve civic engagement in our country by hosting workshops for players, coaches and staff that provide education on the history of voting, why voting matters and empowers participants to use their platform toamplify that message.

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A nonpartisan coalition made up of 20 professional sports franchises across the NBA, WNBA, NFL, MLB, MLS, and NWSL focused on encouraging fans to get in the game and make their voice heard by registering to vote and participating in elections.

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The Board of Elections in the City of New York, is responsible:

  • To conduct fair and honest elections, from local to federal levels;
  • To enfranchise all eligible New Yorkers to register to vote and to practice those rights;
  • To conduct elections, certify the canvass and to retain the official records;
  • Voter outreach and education.

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