when to vote
Primary - Tuesday June 25, 2019
State, Federal and City Primary elections are now all on the same day.
how to vote
Arm Yourself With Information
Make your vote count. Find out about the candidates before an election. A blank vote does not count. Not Voting means your voice will not heard. An election can be won by one vote.

A simple change of address can make a big difference. Register to vote at least 30 days before an election to make sure your registration is in the book at your poll site.

Affidavit or provisional ballots do not guarantee a vote that counts. Your ballot may not represent your candidates for your district. Errors in filling out the form can invalidate a ballot.

If you cannot vote on Election Day, use an Absentee Ballot. Absentee ballots are now accepted at poll sites on election day. Absentee ballots must be signed and postmarked before election day.

Board of Elections in the City of New York
Poll sites in New York City are open during the following hours: 6am-9pm. Once inside, a voter must be allowed to vote.

Voting outside your Election District will not count. Make sure you are voting where you live.
Use the Poll Site Locator to find your pollsite.