3 Ways to Navigate Voting during a Pandemic
Monday, September 28, 2020
6:00 PM Absentee Voting – Vote from the Safety of Your Home
7:00 PM Early Voting – Practice Social Distancing
8:00 PM Election Day Voting – Navigate COVID Precautions
LIVE STREAMED on FACEBOOK @ABAAT518 or below
Maneuvering through a grocery store is tricky enough during a pandemic and the biggest decision is what’s for dinner. 2020 is a crazy year, there’s a Presidential election, and navigating the process can feel like a challenge. Join A Block at a Time for the 3 ways to survive voting during a pandemic. Live streamed on the A Block at a Time Facebook page and at www.abaat.org/voting101.
- Dannielle Hille, Founder and CEO of A Block at a Time
- Nic Rangel, Esq., Assistant Deputy Counsel, NYS Senate Majority & Co-Founder of The Center for Community Insight Inc.
- Jennifer Wilson, Deputy Director, League of Women Voters of NYS
2020 Voting Survival Guide – Click below
Absentee Voting – Vote from the Safety of Your Home
Early Voting – Practice Social Distancing
Election Day Voting – Navigate COVID Precautions
Don’t forget your MASK and to Socially Distance
Dates You Need to Know
- October 9 is the last day to register to vote in the November election.
- October 27 is the last day to postmark an application for an absentee ballot by mail.
- October 24 – November 1 early voting is available
- November 2 is the last day to apply in person for absentee ballot
- November 3 is the last day to postmark your absentee ballot.
- November 3 is the last day to deliver an absentee ballot in person at your board of elections.
- November 3 is Election Day – polls are open 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
- Absentee Ballots
- Apply online for an Absentee Ballot:
- ESL Access Absentee Ballot Application:
- Disability Access
- Find Early Voting Sites in your County
- Click the county you vote in on the map
- Choose “Visit the County Home Page
- Look for Early Voting Site information on the page or in the site menu
- Find your Election Day Voting Site
- For Parolee’s – Check for Voting Restoration Pardon
Find More Information
League of Women Voters of NYS
- Register to vote, find your polling place, ballot info, and more at VOTE411.org
- Voter Services
- Call: 518-465-4162
League of Women Voters of Albany County
- Information for Voters
NYCLU – ACLU of New York
- Voting Reform
- Voting Rights of New Yorkers with Felony Convictions
- Your Rights + Voting Info
Vote Early New York
- Make a Plan: Vote Early, Vote By Mail, or Vote on Election Day!
- Online https://www.voteearlyny.org/
New York Democratic Lawyers Council (NYDLC)
- Call: 866-NYDLC-01 (866-693-5201)
NYS Board of Election
- Call: (518) 474-6220
- TDD/TTY Call the New York State Relay 711
- Email: INFO@elections.ny.gov
- Website: https://www.elections.ny.gov/