PRIMARY ELECTION 2022
The New York State primary election (June 28, 2022) is held to determine the candidates who will run for all partisan offices across the state of New York on the general election ballot on November 8, 2022. On the ballots are legislative, congressional, gubernatorial, and statewide office contests. Primary elections are held under a closed primary process, whereby only voters who are registered under a political party have the opportunity to select a candidate they believe should be a political party’s nominee for elected office to run in the general election.
Don’t miss your next election!
New York City is our city. Make your voice heard by making your plan to vote. On June 28th, NYC will be voting for offices such as U.S. senate, governor, state assembly, and more. The people we elect will shape critical areas of our lives, including education, development, public transportation, healthcare, and housing.
What offices are on the ballot?
In this years’ primary election, we will be voting for the offices of: Except for Congress and State Senate on June 28th.
- U.S. Senate
- U.S. House August 23rd
- Lieutenant Governor
- Attorney General
- State Senate August 23rd
- State Assembly
- Supreme Court
- Civil Court
How & Where to Vote
Early voting begins Saturday, JUNE 18th through Sunday, JUNE 26th. Take advantage of this opportunity to vote early or vote on Election Day, Tuesday, JUNE 28, 2022.
Register to vote
Register to vote in New York, or learn more about voter ID & rights. REGISTER BEFORE JUNE 3RD TO BE ABLE TO VOTE IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION.
Visit the New York Election Website to learn more about your states voting details
JUNE 18 - JUNE 26
TUESDAY, JUNE 28 2022
VOTER ID + ACCESS FOR NEW YORK
Do NY Voters Need ID?
- Pre-registration is open to youth ages 16 and 17 in New York state