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

2020 General Election information - Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020
Nov. 3, 2020 General Election Polling Places list The polling locations on this list are identical to locations identified by the polling places generator.

Important Absentee Application and Ballot Deadlines for Nov. 3, 2020 General Election
Pursuant to Governor Cuomo’s signed election law from Aug. 20, 2020, all registered voters may apply for an Absentee Ballot due to risk or fear of illness including COVID-19 as one of the valid reasons by checking the temporary illness or physical disability box on the absentee ballot application. Voters may apply by in person, e-mail, fax or mail.

  • For absentee applications received by online, phone, e-mail or fax, the deadline is close of business on Oct. 27, 2020.
  • Absentee applications received by postal mail with a postmark on or before Oct. 27 must be processed.
  • After Oct. 27, voters may apply in person (over the counter) through Nov. 2
    or by early voting from Oct. 24 to Nov. 1.
  • All returned absentee ballots received by postal mail must be postmarked no later than Nov. 3, 2020. (General Election Day)
  • All completed absentee ballots can be dropped off at any of these locations:
    • our office located at 25 Quarropas St., White Plains, NY 10601
    • any early voting poll site from Saturday, Oct. 24 through Sunday, Nov. 1
    • any Nov. 3 Election Day poll site
  • Important Absentee Ballot drop-off information

Special Covid-19 message for 2020 candidates, voters and the general public for the 2020 Elections
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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 encourage 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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