For the first time in a presidential election, registered voters in New York City will have nine days to vote early—as well as by absentee ballot and on Election Day, November 3.
Early voting in NYC will take place from October 24, 2020 to November 1, 2020 in specially-designated poll sites, which are now listed on the NYC Board of Elections website.
In Harlem and Washington Heights, they are:
• Jackie Robinson Complex, 1573 Madison Ave
• Wadleigh High School, 215 W 114th St
• PS 175 Henry H. Garnet, 175 W 134th St
• The Forum, 601 W 125th St
• Fort Washington Avenue Armory, 216 Ft. Washington Ave
• Columbia University Russ Berrie Medical Science Pavilion, 1150 St. Nicholas Ave
• JHS 143 Eleanor Roosevelt, 511 W 182nd St
To locate your designated early voting site, first make sure you're registered to vote (if you're not already, the last day to register is October 9).
Once you've done so, type in your home address here to get your assigned spot. (Note: in most cases it's different from your usual Election Day spot.)