NYC Elections

Voter Resources

NYC Voting info HERE 

Registration and voting deadlines for 2024 HERE

Learn how to become a DNC Presidential Delegate HERE

Click HERE for the Blue Voter Guide. Blue Voter Guide will show your ballot for all national offices, all statewide offices and ballot measures, and your state legislators. In most locations, you'll also see the down ballot races as well.

The Democratic National Convention is scheduled to be held August 19 to 22, 2024, at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois. By tradition, because Democrats currently hold the White House, their convention will be conducted after the 2024 Republican National Convention, which is scheduled for July 15 to 18, 2024.

Interactive NY Redistricting Map CUNY has created the Redistricting & You: New York online map to help members of the public, journalists, elected officials, and other redistricting stakeholders compare and analyze proposed district maps in New York.


2024 ELECTION DATES

Presidential Primary: April 2, 2024
Early Voting for Presidential Primary: March 23, 2024-March 30, 2024


Primary Election for Federal, State and Local: June 25, 2024
Early Voting for 2024 for Primary election: June 15, 2024 - June 23, 2024

General Election for Federal, State and Local: November 5, 2024
Early voting for 2024 General election: October 26 - November 3, 2024


ANY REGISTERED VOTER CAN APPLY FOR A BALLOT BY MAIL

Request HERE or Call 8666-VOTE


Key dates

Presidential Primary Election registration information - April 2, 2024 Click HERE

  • Last day to register to vote in person is March 23, 2024
  • Last day to register by mail must be received by March 23, 2024

Primary Election (Federal, State and Local)- June 25, 2024

  • Last day to register to vote in person is: June 24, 2024
  • Applications to register by mail must be received by: June 15, 2024

General Election - November 5, 2024

  • Last day to register to vote in person is: November 4, 2024
  • Applications to register by mail must be received by: October 26, 2024

To Request an Absentee, Accessibility or Military/Overseas ballot  - click HERE

If you requested and received your absentee ballot, you should vote that way. If you instead want to go vote in person after having requested an absentee ballot, you’ll need to request an affidavit ballot at your poll site and vote that way.

Vote early: It’s the safest - aka least crowded - way to vote, and also helps give candidates you care about some early information about voter turnout. Your early voting site is probably different then your Election Day voting site, so visit nycvotes.org to find it.