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Early Voting In New York State

The November General Election in 2019 provided the first Early Voting opportunity in New York State. Early Voting is available to all voters in Monroe County.  Each year voting patterns are evaluated and adjustments made in locations and hours to further accommodate voters.

Voters are able to choose to vote at any site in the county. Voters could choose to vote at an Early Voting center near their workplace or school instead of near their home.  Each site is flexible enough to accommodate larger or smaller numbers of voters as needed during the nine-day period of Early Voting.   

Use of Electronic Poll Books (E-Poll Books) will continue.  E-Poll Books make certain voters only vote once and are not able to go to another center and cast a ballot or go to a district site on Election Day.  The E-Poll Books communicate via a secure network connection and only transmit non-personal information to update files.  Based on where a voter lives, the E-Poll Books make certain voters are given the correct ballot for the district they are registered and reside in.  Voters complete and scan their ballots utilizing the scanners used on Election Day.  Ballot marking devices are available at all sites for voters who require assistance marking their ballot, along with well-trained staff.

The Legislation passed to implement Early Voting and provide for the use of E-Poll Books has several voter protections attached to it. The New York State Board of Election's detailed regulations build on those protections to make certain that New York’s elections remain secure and ensure that every vote is counted.

None of the votes cast at an Early Voting center are counted until Election Day.  Standards for protecting ballots and memory cards are extensive.  A daily audit of each Early Voting center was required to establish and ensure that records of both blank and cast ballots matched the number of voters that used a center daily.

Affidavits (provisional ballots) available on Election Day are also available at Early Voting centers to make sure everyone can complete a ballot even if for some reason they were not in our files.  Early Voting centers function much like a normal polling site on Election Day but with more staff and heightened expertise.

We continue to strive to provide for a better voter experience and greater turnout, giving voters more options of when and where they can vote.

Early Voting Dates and Times for 2021 June Primary Election:

Saturday, June 12th        9am-3pm

Sunday, June 13th           9am-3pm

Monday, June 14th          9am-5pm

Tuesday, June 15th       11am-8pm

Wednesday, June 16th    9am-5pm

Thursday, June 17th      11am-8pm

Friday, June 18th             9am-5pm

Saturday, June 19th        9am-3pm

Sunday, June 20th           9am-3pm

Early Voting Locations for 2021 June Primary Election:

David F. Gantt Community Center       700 North St, Rochester, NY 14605 

Boys & Girls Club                                  500 Genesee St, Rochester, NY 14611

Sibley Square                                        250 E Main St, Rochester, NY 14604

Edgerton Recreation Center                 41 Backus St, Rochester, NY 14608

Norton Village Recreation Center         350 Waring Rd, Rochester, NY 14609

SUNY Empire State College                   680 Westfall Rd, Rochester, NY 14620

Town of Chili Senior Center                   3235 Chili Ave, Rochester, NY 14624

North Greece Road Church of Christ     1039 N Greece Rd, Rochester, NY 14626

Henrietta Public Library                        625 Calkins Rd, Rochester, NY 14623

Irondequoit Public Library                    1290 Titus Ave, Rochester, NY 14617

PCC Community Room                           1985 Baird Rd, Penfield, NY 14526

Perinton Square Mall                             6720 Pittsford Palmyra Rd, Fairport, NY 14450

Sweden Clarkson Community Center   4927 Lake Rd, Brockport, NY 14420

Webster Library                                    980 Ridge Rd, Webster, NY 14580

 

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