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New York State Attorney General announces election protection hotline will be open during early voting

The AG's office will troubleshoot problems voters are experiencing during the early voting period, October 26th through November 3rd.

NEW YORK — The New York State Attorney General's Office election protection hotline will be up and running during the state's first early voting period.

Voters who run into any problems while casting early ballots can report issues by calling the Attorney General's office from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day during the early voting period.

The number to call is (800) 771-7755. Voters can also email the office.

Click here to report an early voting issue.

Early voting in New York runs from Saturday, October 26 through Sunday, November 3. Registered voters will be able to cast a ballot in-person at certain designated poll sites.

Niagara and Cattaraugus counties will have two locations each. Chautauqua County has three places. Erie County will have 37 different spots where voters can cast ballots. 

Elections leaders remind voters that they can only vote once, either early or in-person on Election Day. If you choose to vote on November 5, you'll need to go to your specific precinct, as you've always done. 

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