Several county governments have so far failed to meet early voting requirements such as submitting poll site locations in November to the state Board of Elections, Common Cause on Wednesday said.

The good-government group found Ulster, Westchester, Cattaraugus and Columbia counties so far have not released any polling locations. They have until next Wednesday to do so.

At the same time, New York City has so far only announced 38 total sites meant to serve more than 5 million voters. Common Cause says the polling locations are sparsely located through the city, making them difficult to reach for people with physical disabilities and people of color.

“The Boards of Elections (BOE) across the state are setting up voters to fail in November by trying to sabotage early voting,” said Common Cause Executive Director Susan Lerner. “New Yorkers need access to voting centers in non-traditional locations, close to transportation, county-wide, and including local and state facilities. We’ve fought too hard to let New York vote, we’re not about the back down now.”

There are other issues as well: Onondaga County has six sites, which is the minimum number, and hard to reach for rual voters. Erie County has only voting location in Buffalo and two in Cheektowaga, the minimum number of poll sites.