Here’s how to vote early in Brooklyn

A warning sign during the primary vote on June 23.
Photo by Mark Hallum

For the second year in a row, and in the lead up to one of the most consequential elections in American history, Brooklynites will get the chance to vote early starting this Saturday.

With questions over the state’s handling of mail-in ballots during the June primary, voting early is a great way to avoid crowded poll sites and ensure your ballot is counted.

Brooklyn voters will have 10 days to vote early — from Oct. 24 through Nov. 1 — at 27 sites across the borough before Election Day on Nov. 3, but voters must only cast their ballots at their assigned site. To find out which early voting site you are assigned to, visit findmypollsite.vote.nyc.

The following sites in Kings County will be used as poll sites:

  • Carey Gardens Community Center (2315 Surf Ave.)
  • FDR High School (5800 20th Ave.)
  • Kings Theatre (1027 Flatbush Ave.)
  • Brooklyn College (2946 Bedford Ave.)
  • Park Slope Armory YMCA (361 15th St.)
  • Council Center for Senior Citizens (1001 Quentin Rd.)
  • Williamsburg Community Center (195 Graham Ave.)
  • Barclays Center (620 Atlantic Ave.)
  • Masonic Temple (317 Clermont Ave.)
  • Taylor Wythe Community Center (80 Clymer St.)
  • Dance Atlantic Studio (2796 Fulton St.)
  • PS 68 (956 E. 82nd St.)
  • Youth Center (2739 Harway Ave.)
  • St. Dominic’s (2001 Bay Ridge Pkwy.)
  • 5201 Ave. N
  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help (552 59th St.)
  • Fort Hamilton High School (8301 Shore Rd.)
  • Bushwick Campus (400 Irving Ave.)
  • IS 33 (70 Tompkins Ave.)
  • New York City College of Technology (285 Jay St.)
  • Saratoga Village (940 Hancock St.)
  • Van Dyke Community Center (392 Blake Ave.)
  • Vandalia Center (47 Vandalia Ave.)
  • God’s Battalion Church (661 Linden Blvd.)
  • St. John’s Recreation Center (1251 Prospect Pl.)
  • Joesph A. Miccio Community Center (110 W. 9th St.)

Polls will be open the following days and hours:

Oct. 24 and Oct. 25: from 10 am to 4 pm

Oct. 26: from 7 am to 3 pm

Oct. 27 and Oct. 28: from 12 pm to 8 pm

Oct. 29: from 10 am to 6 pm

Oct. 30: from 7 am to 3 pm

Oct. 31 and Nov. 1: from 10 am to 4 pm

To ensure public safety amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, all poll workers are required to wear masks and masks will be provided to voters who need them. There will floor markers to help maintain social distancing and antiviral wipes will be available as needed. Voters will be able to keep the pens they use to fill out their ballots and voting machines will be cleaned regularly with antiseptic wipes.

To find out if you are registered to vote, visit www.vote.org.