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GET OUT THE VOTE
WITH US.

All levels of government impact our daily lives and the issues we care about. This year, Nassau County residents will be able to vote for their local representatives including Nassau County legislators, District Attorney, and town government officials. Your vote matters, so get informed and get out the vote!

HOW TO REGISTER TO VOTE

Register by mail or in-person

The deadline to register to vote for the 2019 General Election is October 11th, 2019. You can register to vote by completing the form and either mailing it to the board of elections or delivering it in-person.

Click here

Register online

You can also register to vote online if you have a New York State DMV issued driver license, permit or Non-Driver ID.

Register online here

How to complete your voter registration form

We'll walk you through it — step by step!

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Confirm your voter registration is up to date

Moved recently? Update your voter registration by submitting a new registration form or registering online.

Check your registration here

Voter Eligibility

In order to register you must be:

  • Be a U.S. Citizen
  • Be 18 years old by December 31st of the year in which you register. You must be 18 by Election Day in order to vote that year.
  • Be a New York State resident (includes students from other states who are in New York for college)

 

Voting Rights for Homeless New Yorkers:  

Voting Rights for New Yorkers With a Felony Conviction

 

For further questions about your eligibility to vote visit:

Nassau Board of Elections website

Rock the Vote’s website

Early Voting

For the first time ever, New York will have early voting! This means that voters have multiple days before Election Day that they can vote. Early voting centers will be open from October 26th – November 3rdLearn about early voting here.

Your early voting site and hours are different than your Election Day polling place. Nassau County voters can vote at ANY of the 15 early voting centers in Nassau County.  View Nassau County’s early voting sites and hours here.

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Election Day

After early voting ends on November 3rd, New York will have its Election Day on November 5th. Polls will be open from 6am-9pm. You will need to vote at your assigned polling place, which you can look up here.

Voting Absentee

If you are going to be away during the election or you are unable to get to your polling location, you can vote using an absentee ballot. An absentee ballot is just like a regular ballot you would use in polling booth, except it is mailed to you prior to Election Day so you can vote.

To get an absentee ballot, fill out an application and mail it in to the board of elections by October 29th or have someone deliver your application in-person to the board of elections by November 4th.

View the absentee ballot application here.

If you mail in your application, your ballot will be mailed to you. If you send someone to apply for your absentee ballot in-person, they can pick up your ballot immediately and bring it to you to complete.

IMPORTANT DATES

October 11: 

Deadline to register to vote in the general election and update your address for your voter registration.

October 26 - November 3:

Early voting!

October 29:

Last day to postmark an application for an absentee ballot for general election.

November 4:

Last day to apply in-person for absentee ballot.

Last day to postmark general election ballot. Must be received by the local board of elections no later than Nov. 19th.

November 5:

General election!

Last day to deliver absentee ballot in-person.

Have a question that’s not answered on this page?
Contact your local board of elections.

Nassau County Board of Elections

240 Old Country Road, 5th Floor, Mineola, NY 11501

Ph: 516-571-VOTE (8683)

http://bit.ly/NassauBOE