Guide: How and where to vote early in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York
Early voting is just like voting on Election Day. Early voters scan their completed ballot just after privately marking it.
Early voting results are counted, tabulated and included in the election night (unofficial results) totals.
If you’re looking to vote early, below is all the information you need to vote in your state:
Connecticut does not offer in-person early voting before Election Day.
However, you may be eligible to vote with an absentee ballot. Certain kinds of registered voters can request an absentee ballot, including those who cannot appear at their assigned polling place on Election Day due to absence, sickness or physical disability.
Find the eligibility requirements for absentee voting, and contact your Town Clerk to check if you can visit their office to request and return an absentee ballot in person.
Are you registered to vote in Connecticut? Use the VOTER LOOKUP TOOL to check your current voter registration status.
This Election Day, Connecticut voters will see a question on their ballot asking them to approve a change to the state constitution which would allow for early voting.
Power & Politics Full Show: Vote 2022 – secretary of state race, early voting on the ballot.
New Jersey offers early voting. You can choose whether to vote on Election Day or during the early voting period.
Early voting locations may be different from where you vote on Election Day.
Every county will provide registered voters with this option for the 2022 General Election. In-person early voting locations will be open Saturday, Oct. 29 to Sunday, Nov. 6.
Hours will be Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. - 8 p.m., and Sunday, 10 a.m.–6 p.m. No appointment is necessary.
Are you registered to vote in New Jersey? Use the VOTER SEARCH to check your current voter registration status.
Voter registration for the 2022 General Election has ended in New York. CLICK HERE to confirm your current registration.
New Yorkers can vote early - from Saturday, Oct. 29 to Sunday, Nov. 6: Voters may visit ANY of the countywide early voting centers during the dates and times listed. Voting times vary per county. Click the links below to see where you can vote early in your county:
NEW YORK CITY: Find your Early Voting poll site at Voting.NYC or by calling 1-866-Vote-NYC.
To vote on Election Day in New York (Tuesday, Nov. 8 from 6 a.m. - 9 p.m.), voters are assigned to one poll site only. Find your site here.