POLLING PLACE UPDATE: No Changes in Huntington Town

Asharoken only exception in Tuesday elections.

Monday Update:

Governor Cuomo signed an executive order allowing displaced persons to vote at any poll place in the state. Read details here.


There are no post-Hurricane Sandy polling place changes in the Town of Huntington in Tuesday's election, with the exception of Asharoken.

Asharoken polling has been relocated to the Eaton's Neck Fire House because of flooding at village hall. A total of nine polling places were changed throughout Suffolk County.

The Suffolk County Board of Elections has been working with the State Board of Elections, the Governor’s office and local municipalities to assess accessibility of all polling places, according to a statement.

The absentee ballot program was uninterrupted and extended until Monday, Nov. 5, ending at 7 p.m. The Board of Elections is no longer able to mail absentee ballots. If you need an absentee ballot you or your agent must appear in person at the Suffolk Board of Elections.

Find your polling place here.

Tell us if and how Hurricane Sandy will affect your vote.

Viviane Koenig November 05, 2012 at 11:34 PM
Heard governor Cuomo say that displaced people can go to any polling area and fill out an affidavit. Please check it out.
A Taxpayer November 06, 2012 at 12:07 AM
You cannot vote from a polling place located in a different state. Cuomo is talking about NYS and even then, you cannot vote for local candidates, such as those running for state assembly, state senate, etc. Cuomo is talking about statewide and national candidates.
Ranger Sewer November 06, 2012 at 11:27 AM
Is Pulaski Road School open?
Ranger Sewer November 06, 2012 at 11:28 AM
JEN: I am trying to find that out too !
LPY November 06, 2012 at 05:00 PM
Call the # on the voter sheet you recieved in the mail. I called for Pulaski Road school yesterday, they will e open for voting.


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