Every NYC voter can vote early in person before Election Day. Voting early is convenient, fast, and flexible.
Where to vote
You must vote at your assigned early voting site. Your early voting site may be different from your Election Day poll site, so make sure to check before you go!
For Roosevelt Island: SPORTSPARK, ENTRY ON NORTH LOOP ROAD 250 MAIN STREET
When to vote
You can vote early from October 23 – October 31, though hours vary each day. Just like on Election Day, you can visit your early voting site any time polls are open.
|Saturday, October 23||8AM – 5PM|
|Sunday, October 24||8AM – 5PM|
|Monday, October 25||7AM – 4PM|
|Tuesday, October 26||10AM – 8PM|
|Wednesday, October 27||10AM – 8PM|
|Thursday, October 28||10AM – 8PM|
|Friday, October 29||7AM – 4PM|
|Saturday, October 30||8AM – 5PM|
|Sunday, October 31||8AM – 4PM|
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