Nearly 1,000 Votes Cast on First Day of Early Voting in Buffalo
Early voting for the 2021 New York State Primary Elections kicked off on Saturday, June 12, 2021, in communities throughout New York State.
According to reporting by WKBW-TV, 904 people voted on the first day of Early Voting in Erie County.
Officials are hoping voter turnout is improved this year when compared to previous years. Elections for Erie County Sheriff and Buffalo Mayor, among other offices, are happening this cycle and that should help encourage people to come out and vote.
Early voting continues until 6p on Sunday, June 20, 2021. If you haven't voted yet, you can vote early at any on of the 37 Early Voting Locations in Erie County and 2 Early Voting locations in Niagara County.
In the City of Buffalo, there are 10 locations:
- Erie County Board of Elections
134 W Eagle St Buffalo NY 14202
- Buffalo Community Development Ctr
203 Sanders Rd Buffalo NY 14216
- St Columba-Brigid, RC
75 Hickory St Buffalo NY 14204
- Lincoln Field House
10 Quincy St Buffalo NY 14212
- Hennepin Center
24 Ludington St Buffalo NY 14206
- Delavan Grider Community Center
877 E Delavan Ave Buffalo NY 14215
- Salvation Army West Side Comm Ctr
187 Grant St Buffalo NY 14213
- Northwest Buffalo Community Center
155 Lawn Ave Buffalo NY 14207
- Tosh Collins Community Center
35 Cazenovia St Buffalo NY 14220
- Gloria J Parks Community Center
3242 Main St Buffalo NY 14214
You can find more information about early voting in general at the New York State Board of Elections website.