HOW TO VOTE
Primary Election: June 28, 2022
New York has three methods available for you to cast your ballot. You can:
Vote with an absentee ballot.
Vote early at your early vote polling location (which may be different from your Election Day polling location).
Vote on Election Day at your Election Day polling location.
Registering to vote
If you are unsure whether or not you are registered to vote, you can click here to verify your status.
To register to vote, you can call 1-800-367-8683 to request a voter registration form, or by using one of the other options provided by the City of New York.
You are eligible to vote with an absentee ballot if:
You are going to be absent from the Five Boroughs on Election Day
You have a disability or illness that prevents you from going to the polls (including being at risk for spreading or contracting COVID 19)
You are the primary caregiver of someone who is ill or physically disabled
You are in jail for a conviction other than a felony
You are a patient or resident of a VA hospital
Registered voters are eligible to cast a ballot during a nine-day window prior to Election Day.
The early voting period is June 18 through June 26.