Suffolk County

Suffolk County

Local Debates | Early Voting

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.



NYS Early Voting Survey QR Code

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Survey conducted by League of Women Voters of NYS


VOTE411 Election information you need.

The League of Women Voters Education Fund developed which provides election information for each state. VOTE411 is committed to ensuring voters have the information they need to successfully participate in every election. Whether it's local, state or federal, every election is important to ensuring our laws and policies reflect the values and beliefs of our communities.

By entering your address (no names needed) you will find a personalized guide to all races and candidates on your ballot. Candidates are provided tools to upload their photo and bio experience. They are also provided space to answer several issue-based questions developed by the League.

Members of the League of Women Voters throughout Suffolk County have devoted many hours to ensure that all races are listed, and contacted every certified candidate to encourage and facilitate their participation in the listings.

Even if candidates did not choose to reply, their names and party lines are listed on the ballot.


The NYS Attorney General’s Election Protection Hotline is available to voters during New York’s first early voting period, beginning on October 26, and lasting until November 3. 

Voters that experience problems casting early ballots, can report issues to the Attorney General’s Office from 9:00 AM until 6:00 PM each day of the early voting period, by calling 800-771-7755 or emailing



Early Voting info

NYS Early Voting Flyer


Please note, these location are subject to change, so it is advisable to check back here in the coming weeks and months. If you have any questions, please contact the Suffolk Board of Elections at 631-852-4500.

Suffolk County Board of Elections

New York State Board of Elections Voter Look Up (to see if you are registered and to see your assigned Election Day poll site.)

2019 NYS Voting Reform Achievements

The state budget was finalized and Albany has strengthened its commitment to voting rights reform. For the first time, the state has made a significant investment in our elections -- $25 million in dedicated funds to make strategic investments in early voting and electronic pollbooks.

LWVNY and coalition partners together changed history, by changing the conversation in New York state, and advocating for the passage of the first set of voting rights laws in over a century earlier this year. These crucial reforms are now closer to becoming a reality. We pressured the Governor and the State Legislature to: Fund early voting & electronic pollbooks: We fought hard to give busy New Yorkers more time to vote. And we won. The State needed to provide dedicated funding, and not ask counties to rely on other cost savings, to ensure seamless implementation. The state has allocated $10 million for early voting operations costs and $14.7 million in appropriations for electronic pollbooks.

Electronic poll books: Instead of relying on paper-based voter rolls, counties will now be able to use electronic poll books on Election Day. Electronic poll books have already proven to save voters time at poll sites, increase the accuracy of voter rolls, and save election administrators money over the years. They will also be critical for counties implementing early voting in November.

Uniform polling hours during primary elections: Next year, all New Yorkers will be able to vote from 6am to 9pm during a primary election. Currently, the vast majority of the state can only vote from 12pm to 9 pm during a primary.

Online voter registration: Starting in 2021, New York voters will be able to register to vote online through the State Board of Elections website. Currently, New York voters are only able to register or update their voter registration through an online DMV portal if they have a license.

New York just moved a step closer to modernized elections, but there's more work to be done.

Also the Voter Friendly Ballot Act (VFBA)was passed by the NYS Legislature and is now waiting to be signed into law by the Governor. The VFBA will make significant improvements to the readability and layout of the ballot. These changes will eliminate visual clutter, increase font size, and emphasize the most important parts of the ballot like candidate names and party affiliation