How to Vote

Early Voting: June 12 - June 20
Primary Day: June 22

Vote for Sandy!

Early Voting: June 12 - June 20
Primary Day: June 22

Find Your Polling Place

You can look up your early voting and election day polling locations here at vote.nyc:

Register to Vote

The last day to register to vote before the June 22 primary is May 28.

If you need to change your voter registration address, you must do so by June 2nd.

Voting Absentee

This year, NYC voters can request an absentee ballot for a number of reasons, including the risk of COVID-19.

Absentee Ballot registration deadlines:

  • June 15th: Final day to postmark an absentee ballot request
  • June 21st: Final day to apply in person for an absentee ballot
  • June 22nd: Final day to postmark your completed absentee ballot
  • June 22nd: Final day to deliver your absentee ballot in person

If you won't be able to vote for Sandy in person, please click below to apply for an absentee ballot.

Get Ready for Ranked-Choice

On June 22nd, New York City will use a new voting system for the first time. Ranked-Choice Voting allows NYC voters to vote for multiple candidates, in the order of their preference. This means voters will have a greater voice and more choices when they go to the polls.

Tutorial

Ranked-Choice Voting

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If you've never used a ranked-choice ballot before, we can answer your questions. Please click above to view our short walk-through of the RCV process, including a sample ballot for District 37. Or, click below to download a general explainer produced by RankTheVote NYC for voters citywide. It's in PDF format, so you can download and print it to share with your friends, family members, and neighbors who have questions about Ranked-Choice Voting.