Beginning next week, you can vote in person in New York.
There will be nine days of early voting beginning Oct. 24. The period ends Sunday, Nov. 1 — two days before Election Day.
Here is what you need to know about early voting in Onondaga County:
What is early voting?
In New York, it began in 2019. It allows registered voters to cast their ballot, in person, before Election Day. This is the first time New York will have in-person early voting for a presidential election.
Where can you vote early in Onondaga County?
There are six locations that have been designated as early voting centers. The sites are:
• Armond Magnarelli Community Center at McChesney Park, 2300 Grant Blvd., Syracuse
• Camillus Fire Station, 5801 Newport Road, Camillus (use rear entrance)
• Clay Town Hall Courtroom, 4401 Route 31, Clay (use rear entrance)
• DeWitt Town Hall Courtroom, 5400 Butternut Drive, East Syracuse
• LaFayette Fire Station No. 1, 2444 Route 11 South, LaFayette (use rear entrance)
• Syracuse Community Connection (Southwest Community Center), 401-425 South Ave., Syracuse
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