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Where to Vote
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If you want to find out if you are registered and where to vote, click here.
New York has established a toll-free number to assist voters with questions about voting, poll site changes and absentee ballots. The number is 1-855-NYS-SANDY (1-855-697-7263).
Poll Site Changes Reported by the County:
For Suffolk County, visit suffolkvotes.com or read about the changes here.
For Nassau County, click here.
Visit this page for Orange County, visit this page for Rockland County and visit this page for Sullivan County.
For the New York City Board of Elections' post hurricane schedule and poll locator info, visit this link.
If you live in the Bronx or Staten Island, click here for your poll site information.
If you live in a county that has not finalized polling locations due to Hurricane Sandy, a polling place in any of these places may be affected: Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, Nassau and Westchester. Check the State Board of Elections website or contact your county board of elections.
All absentee ballot applications must be made in person at your county board of elections by Monday, Nov. 5. The State Board of Elections has approved an extension of the deadline for absentee ballots to be received and counted from 7 days after Election Day to 13 days after Election Day. Ballots must still be postmarked no later than Monday, November 5th, however they now have until November 19th to arrive at the local Board of Elections.
Hours: Polls open at 6 a.m. and close at 9 p.m.
For updated information, visit the State Board of Elections site.
Locate your polling place on the NJ state website.
Displaced residents can vote via e-mail or fax: Residents who wish to vote by e-mail or fax must file a mail-in ballot application to their county clerk's office. The county clerk's office will then approve the application and return a ballot electronically to the voter. County clerk contact information is here and vote by mail applications are on this page. For more information, visit this directives page.
You can download the Mail-In Ballot application right here.
For the most updated information, visit the New Jersey Division of Elections page.