Election Day Information

Welcome to the June 23, 2020 Presidential and Federal/State/Local Primary Page!

The ongoing COVID-19 Health Emergency has created challenges for all of us. Rest assured, your Board of Elections staff has worked tirelessly to ensure all eligible voters can cast a ballot in a safe, efficient manner.

3 Ways to Vote:

  1. ABSENTEES: We processed an unprecedented number of absentee applications. Most ballots mailed Monday, June 15, 2020. Don't worry. The USPS expedites ballots. You need to postmark the ballot back to us by Tuesday, June 23, 2020. Some voters are confused by the deadline to postmark the APPLICATION, which was earlier.
  2. EARLY VOTING: Fast, convenient, and no crowds! Check out the schedule here. Voters can go to any of the 4 Early Voting spots. Inspectors have masks, gloves, sanitizer, wipes, and are enforcing social distancing. Voters take home the pen to avoid reuse.
  3. PRIMARY DAY: Many Poll Sites are open and will be stocked with masks, gloves, sanitizers, and wipes. Social distancing will be enforced. Voters take home a souvenir pen! We do have fewer inspectors, which caused us to consolidate poll sites. Voters impacted received a yellow postcard in the mail. Most were delivered on June 15, 2020. See detailed poll site info below.

POLLS ARE OPEN FROM 6AM UNTIL 9PM!


If you normally vote at...

Clarkstown:

  • West Nyack Fire House will vote at St. Francis of Assisi
  • Middlewood Senior Housing will vote at Pearl River Elks (in Nanuet)
  • New City Library will vote at Street Community Center
  • Chestnut Grove Administration will vote at St. Augustine's
  • Park Evangelical Church will vote at St. Augustine's


Haverstraw:

  • SW Johnson Fire House will vote at the North Rockland High School Extension
  • David B. Roche Fire House will vote at the North Rockland High School Extension
  • Walnut Hills Apartments will vote at West Haverstraw Village Hall


Orangetown:

  • Grace Episcopal Church will vote at Nyack Library
  • Living Christ Church will vote at Nyack Library
  • St. Charles AME Zion Church will vote at St. John's Church
  • Thorpe Village will vote at St. John's Church
  • Brightview will vote at The River Church
  • Esplanade Palisades will vote at St. John's Church
  • St. Margaret's Church will vote at Pearl River Library


Ramapo:

  • George J.¬†Parness Community Center will vote at Suffern Library
  • Leo P. Lydon will vote at Suffern Library
  • Christ Lutheran Church¬†will vote at Ramapo Town Hall
  • Spook Rock Senior Citizen Housing will vote at the RCC Fieldhouse
  • Montebello Community Center will vote at the RCC Fieldhouse
  • Grandview Elementary will vote at the RCC Fieldhouse
  • Fountainview will vote at the RCC Fieldhouse
  • Kakiat Elementary will vote at Ramapo Senior High School.
  • Spring Hill Ambulance will vote at Hillcrest Fire House
  • St. Joseph's will vote at Ukrainian Hall


Stony Point:

  • Immaculate Conception will vote at the Stony Point Community Center (Rho Building)
  • St. John the Divine will vote at the Stony Point Community Center (Rho Building)


Click here for a full list of poll sites with addresses

Please see our cancellations page for up to date information on meeting, event, class and exam cancellations and/or postponements.