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Union Strong Podcast Episode 42: 2020 Elections

Kevin Eitzmann
02 Jun, 2020
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Keeping voters safe during the coronavirus pandemic has led to procedural changes. NYS AFL-CIO Chief of Staff Ryan Delgado explains what you need to know to make sure your vote counts.

Make Your Plan To Vote! In this year's Primary elections, not only will you choose which candidate to support,
but also how you exercise your right to vote. Here are your options.

  1. Absentee Ballot - Your Board of Elections is required to send an application for an absentee ballot to every eligible voter. If you have not received an application, you can request one from your local board. Ballot must be postmarked by June 23rd, 2020 to be counted.
  2. Early Voting - Between June 13 and June 21, early voting poll sites will be open in your area. Check with your local Board of Elections for hours and locations. 
  3. Primary Day - Tuesday, June 23 is primary day. Polls will be open from 6AM to 9PM. 

To find your local Board of Elections, visit www.elections.ny.gov/CountyBoards.html or call (800)-367-8683.