Madison Sq. Backyard and L.A. Discussion board to Turn out to be Polling Locations


Arenas in the United States – including Madison Square Garden in New York City and the Forum in Los Angeles – are being converted to polling places for the November 3rd general election. Every city where the NBA has a franchise will have an arena-sized polling station that has been closed for months for sports, concerts, and other events as part of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, The National Basketball Association and its players who initiated a wildcat strike on Wednesday in protest against systemic racism.

Hours after the NBA announced the deal, which also includes a coalition for social justice and a commitment to promote civic engagement by The Board of Elections in New York City, announced that it had teamed up with Madison Square Garden has to make the arena a polling station for elections and early polling day elections. With the capacity to serve more than 60,000 eligible voters, it immediately became the largest polling station in New York City.


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