UPDATES ON VOTING IN NEW YORK

The Board of Elections is advising voters who have waited more than a week for their absentee ballots to vote in person. You may vote in person even if you have requested an absentee ballot!

POLLING LOCATIONS HAVE CHANGED! You should have received a postcard notifying you of your polling location. If you did not, you can look up your polling location by clicking here.

Voters will be able to cast two votes for Robin Wilt, once as a Congressional candidate and again as a Presidential delegate!

Absentee ballots were mailed separately and may not arrive on the same day. DON’T WAIT! If you have your ballots, they must be postmarked TODAY (June 23) to be counted.

HOW TO CAST YOUR VOTE FOR THE JUNE 23RD PRIMARY

STEP 1:
Request your mail-in ballot by June 16, 2020
The deadline to request an absentee ballot has passed, but you may request one in person at the Board of Elections at 39 W. Main Street, Room 106, Rochester, NY 14614.

Absentee ballot applications were mailed to all eligible voters. If you have misplaced your application, you can apply online or print and mail your absentee ballot application. Absentee ballot requests must be postmarked by June 16, 2020.

NOTE: When filling in the form, check the box next to “Temporary illness or disability” to vote absentee due to COVID-19.

STEP 2: Check your mailbox

Election Mail Envelopes

IMPORTANT: The Board of Elections is advising voters who applied for an absentee ballot, but have waited more than a week for it to arrive, to consider voting in person, as they cannot guarantee the ballots will arrive in time to be counted. If you choose to vote on Election Day (Tuesday, June 23), just disregard the absentee ballots if and when they arrive.

 

You will receive two (2) absentee ballots by mail with a distinctive red, white, and blue stripe on the left.

  • One envelope will contain a ballot for the Congressional Primary and State-level positions (Robin appears on Column 2 as a candidate for Congress) , a ballot envelope, and a return envelope.
  • The second envelope will contain a ballot for the Presidential Primary (Robin appears on Row E as a delegate for Bernie Sanders), a ballot envelope, and a return envelope.

STEP 3:
Fill in and mail BOTH ballots, postmarked by June 23 to VOTE FOR ROBIN!

Make sure your ballots are in the correct ballot envelopes.

You have the opportunity to vote for Robin Wilt on both ballots. Use a black ball-point pen to fill in the circles that appear next to her name to indicate your vote.

  • ROBIN IS LISTED ON COLUMN 2 AS A CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS on the state primary ballot. Once you have completed your ballot MAKE SURE YOU INSERT YOUR COMPLETED STATE BALLOT INTO THE WHITE BALLOT ENVELOPE THAT SAYS “PRIMARY ELECTION JUNE 23, 2020”, seal it, and sign the back of the ballot envelope before inserting it into the red, white, and blue return envelope.
  • ROBIN IS LISTED ON ROW E AS A DELEGATE FOR BERNIE SANDERS on the Presidential Primary ballot. (Voting for Robin and the rest of row E amplifies our voices to be heard by the Democratic Party as they craft their platform for the 2020 Presidential Election) Once you have completed your ballot MAKE SURE YOU INSERT YOUR COMPLETED STATE BALLOT INTO THE WHITE BALLOT ENVELOPE THAT SAYS “PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION JUNE 23, 2020”, seal it, and sign the back of the ballot envelope before inserting it into the red, white, and blue return envelope.
SEAL YOUR RED, WHITE, AND BLUE ENVELOPES AND MAIL BOTH OF THEM in to cast your vote for Robin Wilt for Congress! No additional postage is necessary, get your ballots in as soon as possible. They must be postmarked by June 22, or delivered by hand to the Monroe County Board of Elections on June 23.

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