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Early voting underway for first of two primaries, when and where do I vote?

Early voting is underway in New York for the first of this year’s two primary elections.


The June 28 primary features races for Governor, Lt. Governor, Assembly, and local positions. Only voters enrolled in political parties are eligible to vote in that party’s primary. The second primary on August 23 will feature races for Congress and State Senate. The second primary is due to the delay in redrawing district boundaries, as required every ten years following the US census. After a court rejected the maps drawn by Democrats in the state legislature, a court-appointed special master drew a new set of maps.

Early voting runs through Sunday, June 26.


Cayuga County

Early voting hours are Sunday and Monday 9-5, Tuesday and Wednesday noon-8, and Thursday through next Sunday from 9-5 at the Cato Town Office building, the Clifford Park clubhouse in Auburn, and the Moravia Town Office building.

Ontario County

Early voting hours are Sunday and Monday 9-5, Tuesday and Wednesday noon-8, Thursday and Friday 10-6, and next Saturday and Sunday 9-5 at the Board of Elections office in Canandaigua, the Victor Town Hall, and the Geneva Housing Authority office.


Seneca County

Early voting hours are Sunday and Monday 9-5, Tuesday and Wednesday 9-8, and Thursday through next Sunday 9-5 at the Seneca County Health and Senior Services building on Bonadent Drive in Waterloo.

Wayne County

Early voting hours are Sunday and Monday 9-5, Tuesday and Wednesday 9-8, and Thursday through next Sunday 9-5 at the Board of Elections office.


Yates County

Early voting hours are Sunday and Monday 9-5, Tuesday 9-8, Wednesday 9-5, Thursday 9-8, and Friday through next Sunday 9-5 at the County Office building near the County Clerk’s office.



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