This election, vote on the New York State Constitution and New York City Municipal Offices.

The General Election ballot includes everything from the mayoral race to the election of city council members, as well as five (5) questions on amendments to the State Constitution. This is NOT an election you want to miss!!

Absentee Voting

Anyone can request an absentee ballot for the upcoming election due to an Executive Order that temporarily expands the definition of “Temporary Illness” to include “a risk of contracting or spreading a disease” such as COVID-19. When requesting your absentee ballot, select “Temporary Illness.” The deadline to request an absentee ballot is Monday, October 18.

You can request your ballot online and even track it at NYCabsentee.com »

Early Voting

Early voting begins Saturday, October 23 and continues through Sunday, October 31. Please check your polling site for hours.

Check your registration status at vote.nyc »
Find your polling site at FindMyPollSite.Vote.nyc »

Election Day

Polls are open on Tuesday, November 2 from 6:00am to 9:00pm.
You can hand in your absentee ballot without waiting in line, vote in person if you are not confident that your absentee ballot was received or if you change your mind about anything on your absentee ballot.

Check your registration status at vote.nyc »
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This year, voters are asked to consider five state Constitutional Amendments. If they pass they will be part of the state’s governing document. Information on the five (5) State Constitution Ballot Proposals »
Ballot Proposal #1: Amending the Apportionment and Redistricting Process
Ballot Proposal #2: Right to Clean Air and Water
Ballot Proposal #3: Eliminating Ten-Day Advance Voter Registration
Ballot Proposal #4: No-Excuse Absentee Voting
Ballot Proposal #5: Expanding the New York City Civil Court Jurisdiction