New York Primary Elections – June 28

Our future is on the ballot

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.

Voting Resources

Register

to Vote

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Check Your Registration

Make sure your voter registration is up to date with the NYC Board of Elections.

Pollsite Locator

Key Dates

Sat, June 18, 2022 - Sun, June 26, 2022

Early Voting

Mon, June 27, 2022

Absentee ballot request deadline (in person)

Tue, June 28, 2022

Primary Election Day

Tue, June 28, 2022

Deadline to return absentee ballot

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

Governor

Lieutenant Governor

Attorney General

Comptroller

State Senate August 23rd

State Assembly

Supreme Court

Civil Court

Register to Vote

DUSA  has partnered with RockTheVote to make registering to vote easy! It takes just 5 minutes.

How to Vote

Everything you need to know about when and where to vote, and how to cast your ballot.

Why

Vote

What’s at stake in a local election? The future of our city. Learn more about why your vote matters.

Frequently Asked Questions

What am I voting on this June?

On June 28, NYC will hold a primary election for statewide offices including Governor, Lieutenant Governor, and State Assembly. Meet the candidates.

Where do I vote?

At your assigned poll site on Election Day, your assigned early voting site, or at home with an absentee ballot. Learn how to vote.

Will this election use Ranked Choice Voting?

No. NYC is only using Ranked Choice Voting in primary and special elections for city offices. June 28 is a primary election for statewide offices. Learn about Ranked Choice Voting.

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