Voter Guide

About the elections

In these presidential primary elections, you have the power to choose the candidate who will represent your party in the November general elections, where that individual will vie for the presidency of the United States.

77th State Assembly District Special Election:

• The 77th State Assembly district is one of the 150 districts in the New York State Assembly.

• Latoya Joyner, a Democrat, was the most recent representative but resigned in January 2024.

• The seat is currently empty, and a special election is scheduled for February 13, 2024.

New York’s 3rd Congressional District Special Election:

•  The special election for New York’s 3rd congressional district will also be held on February 13, 2024.

• This election is to fill the vacant seat in the United States House of Representatives for the remainder of the 118th United States Congress.

•  The seat became vacant after the expulsion of George Santos on December 1, 2023.

About the Especial Elections In NYC

The upcoming General elections for the New York City Council are set to take place on November 7th, 2023. This general election will be crucial as they will determine who will represent you on city council, also electing district attorneys and more.

What’s on the ballot?

Ways to vote

The future is in your hands. It’s time to make your voice heard in the April 2 primary presidential election!

There are three ways to cast your vote:

1. Early Voting

Avoid the rush and vote in-person early from  March 23, 2024 – March 30, 2024.
Find your early voting poll site: click here

2. Vote by Mail

If you’re unable to vote in person due to a valid reason, request an absentee ballot and vote by mail. Request your absentee ballot:

3. Election Day

Polls are open from 6 am to 9 pm on Primary Election Day. Find your polling location: 

Find your poll site

The future of NY is in your hands. It’s time to make your voice heard in the June 27 primary election and help choose your City Council representatives.

There are three ways to cast your vote:

  1. Early Voting

Avoid the rush and vote in-person early from June 17, 2023 until June 25, 2023

Find your early voting poll site: 

  1. Vote by Mail

If you’re unable to vote in person due to a valid reason, request an absentee ballot and vote by mail. Request your absentee ballot: 

  1. Election Day

Polls are open from 6 am to 9 pm on Primary Election Day. Find your polling location: 

Find your poll site

Important dates

Voter Registration Deadline
–  March 23, 2024

Early Voting
–  March 23, 2024 – March 30, 2024.

General Election Day
– Tuesday, April 2, 2024

Deadline to update your address
Mon. October 23rd, 2023

Absentee Ballot Request Deadline

– Mon. October 23th, 2023

Voter Registration Deadline
 – Sat. October 28th, 2023

Early Voting
– Sat. October 28th, – Sun. November 5th, 2023

General Election Day
– Tue. November 7th, 2023 –
Polls are open from 6am to 9pm

FAQ

Yes, to vote in the primary elections in NY you must be enrolled in a political party, since they are closed elections.

It’s the election before the election. In primary elections, you decide which candidate will be your party’s nominee for the general election. You must be a member of a political party to vote in a primary.

You can cast your vote at your designated polling location on Election Day, your designated early voting site, or from the comfort of your own home using an absentee ballot.

The deadline to register is March 23.

In this election, we voted to fill the vacant seat in New York's 3rd Congressional District, and The 77th State Assembly district in the New York State Assembly.

This election will not be using Ranked Choice Voting.

You can cast your vote at your designated polling location on Election Day, your designated early voting site, or from the comfort of your own home using an absentee ballot.

The deadline to register is Feb 4

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.

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

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.

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

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

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.

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

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.

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

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

In this election, we voted to fill the vacant seat in New York's 3rd Congressional District.

You can cast your vote at your designated polling location on Election Day, your designated early voting site, or from the comfort of your own home using an absentee ballot.

The deadline to register is Feb 4

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.

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

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.

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

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

Check your voter registration status

Register to Vote

Find your poll site

Apply for an absentee ballot