Guide: What you need to know for in-person voting in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York

Is it your first time voting in-person, or has it been a while since you've been to the polls and need a refresher?
Here's what you need to know for in-person voting in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York:

CONNECTICUT

1. Check if you are registered
Click here to see if you're registered to vote.
2. Find your polling location
Click here for Connecticut's polling place locator.
3. What to bring
You may be asked to show ID to vote in Connecticut. Acceptable forms include: Social Security card; or any other pre-printed form of ID that shows your name and address or name and signature, or name and photograph.
If you're a first-time voter who registered by mail, you will need to show proof of residence as well. Acceptable forms include: a current and valid photo ID that shows your name and address; or a copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or government document that shows your name and address.
Voters without ID: If you are unable to provide ID, you will be able to sign an affidavit instead and then vote normally. If you're a first-time voter without ID, you may vote a provisional ballot.
4. How to vote
Click here for Connecticut's Secretary of the State fact sheet for first time voters.
5. Municipal elections
Here's a list of nominees in the municipal elections for Nov. 2, 2021.

NEW JERSEY

1. Check if you are registered
Click here to see if you're registered to vote.
2. Find your polling location
Enter your address here to find your polling place.
3. What to bring
If you've voted in New Jersey before, you don't need to provide ID to vote.
If you're voting for the first-time in your county, registered to vote by mail, and didn't provide an ID number or copy of ID when you registered, you must show ID to vote. Acceptable forms include: New Jersey driver's license, with or without a photo; military or other government ID; student ID; employee ID; store membership card; US passport; or bank statement, car registration, government check or document, rent receipt, sample ballot, utility bill, or any other official document.
Voters without ID: If you are unable to provide ID, you will be able to vote with a provisional ballot.
4. How to vote in-person
Here you will find information on how to vote in-person in New Jersey.
5. Sample ballot
Want to see a sample ballot for the 2021 election? Click here!
Click HERE if you're having trouble at the polls.

NEW YORK

1. Check if you are registered
Click here to see if you're registered to vote.
2. Find your polling location
Visit NY State Board of Elections website for voter registration and poll site search. To use this page, you must be a registered voter in New York.
3. What to bring
If you've voted in New York before, you don't need to provide an ID to vote.
If you're a first-time voter who registered by mail, and didn't provide a copy of your ID with your registration, you may need to show ID to vote. Acceptable forms include: a current and valid photo ID; or a copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document that shows your name and address.
Voters without ID: If you are unable to provide ID, you will be able to vote with an affidavit ballot.
4. Know your voting machine
Here you will find the information you need about the election process and the voting machines available in your specific polling place, as well as information on how your voting system will be used in an election.
5. Sample ballot
What to see a sample ballot for the 2021 election? Click here!
Each state and local governments have their own COVID-19 measures to help stop the spread of the virus. Please follow the rules at each polling place.
Click here to learn about the recommendations to safely vote in-person during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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