Enthusiastic New Yorkers Vote Early

AmNews Staff Reports | 10/27/2020, 6:04 p.m.
Enthusiastic New Yorkers are voting early in a presidential election for the first time ever.
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Enthusiastic New Yorkers are voting early in a presidential election for the first time ever.

Long lines stretched down blocks and around corners across all of the five boroughs in the first few days of early voting in New York City. More than 600,000 people have exercised their right so far.

According to these unofficial results, Brooklyn is leading the way with more than 150,000 votes cast in the first three days of early voting.

See how your borough fared. We’ll be posting tallies regularly.

October 24, 2020 – Day 1

New York – 19,877

Bronx – 14,928

Brooklyn – 29,411

Queens – 19,223

Staten Island – 10,391

October 25, 2020 – Day 2

New York – 40,838

Bronx – 30,484

Brooklyn – 61,315

Queens – 40,278

Staten Island – 21,000

October 26, 2020 – Day 3

New York – 69,805

Bronx – 46,575

Brooklyn – 101,283

Queens – 65,728

Staten Island – 31,332