Vote in person, or simply drop off your absentee ballot.
New Yorkers can vote early for the November 3, 2020 general election.
Early voting starts on October 24, and runs until November 1, 2020.
Early Voting Information
|Saturday, October 24, 2020||10 AM to 4 PM|
|Sunday, October 25, 2020||10 AM to 4 PM|
|Monday, October 26, 2020||7 AM to 3 PM|
|Tuesday, October 27, 2020||12 PM to 8 PM|
|Wednesday, October 28, 2020||12 PM to 8 PM|
|Thursday, October 29, 2020||10 AM to 6 PM|
|Friday, October 30, 2020||7 AM to 3 PM|
|Saturday, October 31, 2020||10 AM to 4 PM|
|Sunday, November 1, 2020||10 AM to 4 PM|
On November 3, 2020, General Election Day, poll sites are open 6 AM to 9 PM.
A Feminist Walk Through Harlem: Celebrating Remarkable Women
How do we honor Black and Latina women? How do we preserve their legacy? 2020 marks the Centennial of Women’s Suffrage, but Black women’s contributions to the movement largely go uncelebrated, and most Black women in America could not vote until 1965. As the city and the nation confront issues of representation and equity in public commemoration, and to build on FRIENDS’ discussion of the Women’s Right Pioneers Monument in Central Park, please join FRIENDS of the Upper East Side and Save Harlem Now! for a virtual walk through Harlem. The tour will focus on sites publicly celebrating pioneering Black and Latina women, and issues surrounding the preservation of such sites. Tour guide Leigh Hallingby, of Harlem Walks, will explore the neighborhood murals, mosaics, plaques, and other forms of public commemoration honoring such pioneers as Vivian Robinson, Ella Fitzgerald, Madam C.J. Walker, Billie Holiday, Mother Clara Hale, Ruby Dee, Lois Alexander, Mary McLeod Bethune, Julia de Burgos, A’Lelia Walker, Nicholasa Mohr, and Zora Neale Hurston.
Monday, October 26th