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New York Election Law 3-110, Time allowed employees to vote

New York Election Law 3-110, Time allowed employees to vote


New York State Law (NYSEL 3-110) states that:

* If you do not have sufficient time outside your working hours to vote, you may take off up to 2 hours at the beginning or end of your shift, with pay, to allow you time to vote.
* Sufficient time is defined as: four consecutive hours either between the opening of the polls and the beginning of your working shift or between the end of your working shift and the closing of the polls.
* You must notify your employer no more than 10 or not less than 2 days before the day of teh election that you will take that time.

This sign is technically inaccurate, albeit only slightly. Employees may take as much time is needed before or after their shift so as to add up to the four hours of "sufficient time", however, only up to two hours are paid. Although this sign likely only popped up around election day, it really is technically required any time there is an election, whether a primary, or school board, or library election.

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