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Introducing Adam Bello and Shani Curry Mitchell to prospective voters this summer.
Local elections matter – and this is a particularly big election for 3 reasons.
1. Early Voting: In an effort to improve our democracy and increase voter turnout, New York State has made voting easier in a multitude of ways including allowing for early voting. You can vote at select polling places from Saturday October 26th through Sunday November 3rd. (See the exact hours and all locations in the graphic below.) Notice that the hours are different each day, to provide options for people who work early or late, or those who have transportation or childcare issues.
If you prefer, you can still wait and vote on the traditional election date, Tuesday November 5th, at your regular polling site. I plan to be a Day One Voter on October 26th at the downtown MCC campus, and hope you will consider making early voting plans too!