It is absolutely vital that we are able to safely exercise our most fundamental democratic right to vote in the November election, and have the assurance that our votes will be counted. As always, feel free to contact me with questions about any of the information shared below. You can email me or call my Middletown office at (845) 344-3311 or my Liberty office at (845) 292-0215. Another great way to stay informed is by following me on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
All my best,
Senator Jen Metzger
New York State Senate, District 42
---MOVED RECENTLY? YOU CAN VOTE AT YOUR NEW ADDRESS!---
If you recently moved, and you are registered to vote anywhere in New York, you can vote at your new address thanks to a new law! At the voting site -- either early voting or on election day, see below -- tell the election workers you moved and ask for an affidavit ballot. This is a special ballot that also acts as a voter registration address change.
The deadline to request an absentee ballot by mail has passed. You can still request an absentee ballot in person at your county Board of Elections until November 2. Even if you requested an absentee ballot, you can choose to vote in person instead.
If you have an absentee ballot, return it now, in person if possible. You can return the ballot in person to your county board of elections.
- Delaware County Board of Elections: 3 Gallant Ave, Delhi 13753
- Orange County Board of Elections: 75 Webster Ave (mail: PO Box 30), Goshen 10924
- Sullivan County Board of Elections: 100 North St, Monticello 12701
- Ulster County Board of Elections: 284 Wall St, Kingston 12401
The ballot must be postmarked or handed in by election day, November 3.
Early voting in New York ended on Sunday, November 1. There is no voting on Monday, November 2. Election day is Tuesday, November 3.
---ELECTION DAY VOTING---
Election day is Tuesday, November 3, from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm. You can vote in person even if you requested an absentee ballot. You must vote at your designated polling location.