Be a #smallbizvoter
The June 23rd Primary Election in New York State is almost here! As New York’s small businesses continue to deal with the COVID-19 and navigate their own reopening, it’s imperative that the voice of small business is still heard at the ballot box. The Democratic Presidential Primary, the NY-27 Congressional Special Election, and all state and federal primary elections will be held as planned on June 23rd.
Early Voting: Early voting began on June 13 and will be available until June 21.
Absentee Voting: Absentee ballot requests may be delivered in person no later than June 22.
June 23 is the last day to postmark an absentee ballot, and it must be received by the local board of elections no later than June 30.
The last day to deliver a ballot in-person to the local board of elections (by someone other than the voter) is Election Day by 9:00 PM.
Additional information from the New York State Board of Elections can be found here:
In person voting: To find your polling location, please click here.
Endorsed Candidates: NFIB’s Fed PAC committee has endorsed Chris Jacobs for Congress in NY-27. State Senator Jacobs has been a great partner for NFIB in the Statehouse and will be a strong supporter for small business priorities in Congress.
NFIB NY State Director Greg Biryla said, “Small businesses are uncertain and anxious about their future and they need a champion in Congress who has walked in their shoes, understands their challenges, and will make sure the voice of small business is heard loud and clear in Washington. Chris Jacobs is the right person at the right time to represent the people, communities, and job creators from every corner of New York’s 27th District.”
Click here to access the New York State Board of Elections website for complete voting information.
The voice of small business must extend beyond the halls of Congress and Statehouses. Your voice needs to be heard on Election Day as well. If eligible, please vote on June 23rd. The future prosperity of small businesses everywhere depends on it.