2021 Primary Elections

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This year's Primaries feature local elections, including races for Huntington Town Council seats. Remember, you must belong to a political party holding a primary in order to vote in these elections. You can cast your ballot as follows:

Vote Early

As in previous elections, any voter registered in Suffolk County can vote at any one of 12 specified Early Voting locations from June 12th through June 20th. The two closest polling sites for Huntington residents are Huntington Public Library’s Station Branch and Dix Hills Fire Department. A complete listing of locations and their addresses can be found here.

All Early Voting sites for the 2021 Primaries have the same hours, as follows:

Sa, 6/12     10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Su, 6/13      10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Mo, 6/14      7:00 am   - 3:00 pm

Tu, 6/15      12 noon  - 8:00 pm

We, 6/16      8:00 am   - 4:00 pm

Th, 6/17      8:00 am   - 4:00 pm

Fr, 6/18      12 noon  - 8:00 pm

Sa, 6/19      10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Su, 6/20      10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Note: If you cast a ballot during Early Voting, you are not allowed to vote again on Election Day (June 22nd, 2021).

Vote on Election Day

For those not voting early…

Primary Election Day is Tuesday, June 22nd, 2021.

Vote at your regularly assigned polling place.

6:00am – 9:00pm

Vote Absentee

You must first apply for an absentee ballot (via mail, email, fax, or online

no later than June 15th. (If voting absentee due to COVID-19 pandemic, select “temporary illness” as the reason on the application form.)

You must mail in (i.e. postmark) your absentee ballot by June 22nd.

- OR-

You (or someone else) may hand-deliver your absentee ballot to the Board of Elections (at any Suffolk polling place or at BOE Yaphank headquarters) before the polls close at 9:00pm on June 22nd.

Note: If you decide to vote in-person either before or after you submit an absentee ballot, your absentee ballot will not be counted. In-person voting always takes priority.

If you do vote in-person,you are required to wear a mask/face covering and maintain six feet of distance when entering any Board of Elections facility or voting poll site if you are not fully-vaccinated against COVID-19. This requirement is pursuant to N.Y.S. Department of Health guidance, effective May 19th. If a polling site is located in a host facility that requires masks/face coverings for everyone, regardless of vaccination status, you must comply with their rules.

 

Published by on June 09, 2021
Last Modified June 22, 2021