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FARMINGVILLE, NY (OnSachem.com / OnTownMedia.com) — Sunday is day two of early voting in New York State. If this second day of open polls is anything like the first day on Saturday, expect a long wait to cast ballots.
The polls are open Sunday, Oct. 25, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. In and near the Sachem area, the early voting locations are:
Town of Brookhaven
Brookhaven Town Hall, 1 Independence Hill, Farmingville
Town of Islip
Islip Town Hall Annex, 401 Main St., Islip
Town of Smithtown
Nesconset Elementary School, 29 Gibbs Pond Rd., Nesconset
On Saturday, the start of early voting brought out thousands of voters across Suffolk County, including 100s – and possibly more than a 1,000 – at a time to Town of Brookhaven Town Hall in Farmingville.
The presidential election, plus congressional and state races, attracted crowds of voters determined to cast their ballots on the first day.
Outside Brookhaven Town Hall, vehicles backed up along South Bicycle Path as voters attempted to park. Upon their arrival, voters found a line with hundreds of people waiting between 90 minutes to two hours to vote. At least one voter called the day’s early voting historic.
OnSachem News Publisher Jim Green headed to the polls on Saturday to talk with several voters and NYS Assemblyman Doug Smith who approved of early voting in the NYS Legislature last year.
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Miller Place Voter
Lake Grove Voter
NYS Assemblyman, 5th District, Holbrook (R, C, I)