What to expect as early voting in NY begins Saturday

The countdown is on to Election Day, but you don't have to wait until Nov. 3 to make your voice heard.
Early voting starts Saturday statewide. This year's presidential election is the first in which early voting is an option in New York.
Westchester residents can go to any one of 17 polling places before Election Day. It's an option for the next nine days.
Yonkers police say they are not worried about polling locations in their jurisdiction, but they'll have officers paying close attention to the early voting locations at the Riverfront and Grinton I. Will libraries.
If anyone experiences coercion or intimidation at the polls, state Attorney General Letitia James is encouraging residents to report it to her office.