Voter Guide & Resources

Key Dates

Tue, February 14, 2023

Last day to change your political party before the June 27 primary election

Mon, June 12, 2023

Deadline to request your absentee ballot online or by mail. Request your absentee ballot.

Sat, June 17, 2023

Voter Registration Deadline.

Sat, June 17, 2023

If you move, you must notify the Board of Elections of your new address by this date to vote in the primary election.

Sat, June 17, 2023 – Sun, June 25, 2023

Early Voting

Mon, June 26, 2023

Deadline to request an absentee ballot in person.

Tue, June 27, 2023

Primary Election Day

What offices are

on the ballot this year?

City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body of the government of New York City, consisting of 51 Council members. The City Council is responsible for passing local laws and setting the budget for the city.

Civil Court

The Civil Court of the City of New York is a court of limited jurisdiction that handles a wide range of civil cases, including landlord-tenant disputes, small claims, and civil actions. It is a trial-level court, meaning that it hears evidence, decides cases, and makes rulings that can be appealed to a higher court if necessary. 

Party Positions

In New York City, the two major political parties are the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. However, there are also several third-party and independent candidates who may run for office.

District Attorney (Bronx, Queens, Staten Island)

The District Attorney (DA) is an elected official who serves as the chief prosecutor for a particular jurisdiction, such as a county or a borough. 

Delegates to the Judicial Convention

The “delegates to the judicial convention” refers to a group of individuals who are elected or appointed to represent a particular political party or constituency at a judicial convention. 


The most asked questions that our voters ask 

Feel free to contact us for any assistance using the button below, we’re here to offer any help you might need with you voting registration application. Our agents are available 9am – 5pm Monday – Friday

Who is eligible to vote?

In the United States, to be eligible to vote, you must be a citizen of the United States, at least 18 years of age on or before the date of the election, and a resident of the state in which you wish to vote.

What do I need to bring with me to the polling place?

You will need to bring a government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license, passport, or state-issued ID card.

How do I vote if I have a disability?

Many polling places are equipped to accommodate voters with disabilities, such as accessible voting machines or curbside voting. If you need accommodations, you should contact your local election officials in advance to make arrangements.

Can I vote early or only on Election Day?

This varies by state. Some states offer early voting, either in-person or by mail, while others only allow voting on Election Day.


How do I find my polling place?

You can use a poll site locator, click here to find your polling place 


Help your fellow New Yorkers & Dominican-Americans make their voices heard!


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