Early Voting Begins Saturday, A First For Presidential Elections In New York - 27 East

Early Voting Begins Saturday, A First For Presidential Elections In New York

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The gymnasium at Stony Brook University-Southampton campus on Tuckahoe Road will host early voting starting this weekend.

The gymnasium at Stony Brook University-Southampton campus on Tuckahoe Road will host early voting starting this weekend.

The early voting location in East Hampton is at 219 Accabonac Road at Windmill Village.

The early voting location in East Hampton is at 219 Accabonac Road at Windmill Village.

Early voting will be at 70 Tuckahoe Road, the gymnasium at Stony Brook University-Southampton campus.

Early voting will be at 70 Tuckahoe Road, the gymnasium at Stony Brook University-Southampton campus.

authorMichael Wright on Oct 20, 2020
New York State voters may begin casting their ballots in the 2020 election this coming weekend, the first time the state has offered early voting in a federal election year.... more

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