Despite the early morning high winds voter turnout was record-breaking at Polling Place #1 in Fishers Island of the Town of Southold, Suffolk County, NY on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
Voters came out to the poll at the Fishers Island Community Center which was open from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm.
By 10:00 am about 25% of the voters on the Polling Place #1 roster had voted and that did not include any absentee and any early voters from this precinct. Karla believes it is the highest voter turn out here, ever.
|355||Registered Voters @ Polling Place #1|
|2||Voted by Affidavit|
|About 10||Absentee Ballots Dropped off|
|186||TOTAL Voters @ Polling Place #1|
Key Race Results from Polling Place #1
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Thank you to our election inspectors Karla Heath, Laura Chapman, Mere Doyen, Marjorie Sochi, Beth Cashel, Sarah Malinowski, Tracy Brock, Oidie Kuijpers, Darcy Scroxton, Amy Harris, Lucinda Herrick, and George Horning.
How did the North Fork vote in the 2020 election?
NEW YORK MAY be a blue state, but recently certified results from the Suffolk County Board of Elections show the region continued to be a Republican stronghold in the 2020 general election.
But in an election year that saw massive voter turnout and shifts in party alignment, President Donald Trump’s margin of victory shrank dramatically.
The president narrowly won in Suffolk County with a total of 381,253 votes to 381,021 cast for President-Elect Joe Biden.
In the last presidential election in 2016, Mr. Trump won the county by more than 50,000 votes.
Election results broken down by town and election district give a clearer picture of where support for each candidate comes from. Read full article HERE
The votes are not expected to be counted until Monday, according to the Suffolk County Board of Elections.
Patch North Fork, NY
By Priscila Korb, Patch Staff
Nov 4, 2020 8:46 pm ET
SUFFOLK COUNTY, NY — Election Day may be over, but not the counting of the ballots.
According to Nick LaLota, the Republican commissioner for the Suffolk County Board of Elections, there were 140,332 absentee ballots that were received so far. However, the elections board is not expected to start counting those votes until Monday.
LaLota said before the votes can be counted, the board has to remove the absentee ballots of those voters who also cast a ballot on a machine and compare the signatures. In addition, the bipartisan teams must compare the signatures on absentee ballot envelopes to voters’ signatures on file.
In Suffolk County, 211,763 absentee ballots were requested for the election and 209,986 were sent in. Democrats requested 98,174 ballots and sent in 97,353, while Republicans requested 49,549 absentee ballots and sent in 49,102. A total of 655 ballots have been canceled and 1,366 were inactive. So far, there are still 67,633 ballots outstanding.