All registered Westchester County voters were able to start casting their ballots early in the Nov. 3, 2020 general election beginning Saturday, Oct. 24. From now through November 1, voters can participate in early voting at any of Westchester’s 17 designated early voting locations. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, residents can chose to participate in the election through an absentee ballot, early voting, or voting in-person on Election Day.

You may also go to YouTube to watch the short video, Early Voting 2020.

Early voting allows people to cast their ballot at a time that is most convenient for them, any day of the week. There are several circumstances that can arise that make early voting an easier way to participate in the election, such as the need to go to work, or not having enough time to wait on line to cast your vote. The last presidential election was decided by fewer than 80,000 votes, so every vote matters and every vote is a voice. Whatever method you choose – fulfill your moral and civic duty to vote!