The Westchester County Board of Elections is dedicated to ensuring that all eligible residents have the opportunity to register and vote in our county.

Unofficial results will be available beginning shortly after 9 p.m. on Tuesday, June 23, 2020
2020 Primaries Elections updates
As of May 5, 2020, the Democratic Presidential Primary to be held June 23, 2020, has been reinstated due to court litigation. Read important information regarding the June 23, 2020 Primary Elections.

2020 Primary Early Voting Hours
Early voting in New York State will begin prior to the June 23, 2020 Primary Election. The early voting period will be from Saturday, June 13 through Sunday, June 21.
The remaining days and hours are:
Thursday, June 18: noon to 8 p.m .
Friday, June 19: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday, June 20 and Sunday, June 21: noon to 5 p.m.

Important absentee application and ballot deadlines For June 23, 2020 Primary Elections:

  • For absentee applications received by email, fax or telephone, the deadline is close-of-business on June 16, 2020.
  • Absentee applications received by postal mail with a postmark on or before June 16 must be processed.
  • After June 16, voters may apply in person (over-the-counter) through June 22 or by Early Voting from June 13 to 21. Please check our early voting hours and locations.
  • All returned absentee ballots received by postal mail must be postmarked no later than June 23, 2020 (Primary Election Day).
The New York State Board of Elections unveils the Accessible Absentee Ballot Application.
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We are committed to keeping you aware of changes to the election law and how those changes affect voting in Westchester. Our office is here to assist you in any way we can.

Westchester County works hard to enourage and protect your right to vote as a United States citizen. From the county’s Board of Elections, you can find your polling place, register to vote and learn about absentee ballots.

You can learn how to run for office or obtain county, state and federal financial disclosure statements.

For additional voting information, visit Vote411, an interactive Web site created and maintained by the League of Women Voters. The site supplies personalized ballots and polling locations simply by entering your home address.

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