LONG BEACH, NY – Tens of thousands of Nassau County’s voters have already cast their votes in the 2020 election. Moncton voters who haven’t already will vote in the polls Tuesday.
In addition to the Presidential and Congressional races, the people of Long Island will cast their ballots for the State Assembly and Senate and their representative in Congress. The vote will be different this year given the coronavirus pandemic.
You can check your voting status on the Foreign Minister’s website, which is also where you can find your polling station.
There are several ways that residents can vote:
Requests to vote by email must be received by Nassau County clerk by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 27th.
The ballot itself must either be sent in person to the electoral board by the end of the election on election day at the latest, or be stamped by a state postal service on the day of the election at the latest and received no later than the 7th day after the election.
Vote on election day
Elections in New York are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. on election day.
The following are the main races that will be on the ballot for East Meadow voters:
President / Vice President
- Donald Trump / Mike Pence (Republican) – incumbent
- Joe Biden / Kamala Harris (Democrat)
Congress – US House District 4
State Senate – District 9
State Assembly – District 20