November 2, 2018

When Are You Entitled to An Affidavit Ballot?

If you are a registered voter at your correct poll site and are told you cannot vote, please be advised that you are entitled to an affidavit ballot.  Ask for one. Here is what the NYC Board of Elections states: “If you are not on the poll-list, ask the inspector to verify that you are at…
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Know Your Voting Rights

General Election – November 6, 2018 In order to vote in the general election on November 6, you must have already fulfilled one requirement: Have already registered to vote in New York by October 12, 2018. To verify your voter registration status or to find your polling place, please use Who’s On The Ballot, found here. You may also…
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November 1, 2018

TONIGHT: Elections Town Hall Event

Tonight, Manhattan Community Board 8 is hosting a event titled “Understand Your Ballot: An Educational Town Hall” from 6:30-9:00 PM at PS Beekman Hill International School located 231-249 E 56th Street. Sitting on the panel will be:Comptroller Scott StringerManhattan Borough President Gale BrewerCouncil Member Ben Kallos Council Member Brad Lander John Siegal, Charter Revision Commission…
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September 12, 2018

When Are You Entitled to An Affidavit Ballot?

If you are a registered voter at your correct poll site and are told you cannot vote, please be advised that you are entitled to an affidavit ballot.  Ask for one. Here is what the NYC Board of Elections states: “If you are not on the poll-list, ask the inspector to verify that you are…
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Only 4 Weeks Left to Register to Vote in the General Election!

Voter registration closes Friday, October 12th. Meaning that, to vote in the 2018 general election on November 6th, you have to register by Friday either in-person, online (with Who’s On The Ballot) or by mail. Friday is also the deadline to declare or change your party affiliation (Republican, Democrat, Conservative, Green, etc.) to be eligible to vote in the 2019 primaries.  Registering…
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Important 2018 Election Dates To Know

Mark your calendars with these important election-related dates. September 6, 2018: Primary Election Absentee Ballot Application Deadline – last day to postmark application for state/local primary ballot September 12, 2018: Primary Election Absentee Ballot DeadlinesAbsentee Ballot in-person application deadline: Last day to apply in person for primary election absentee ballot.Absentee Ballot return deadline -Last day to postmark…
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Know Your Voting Rights

New York City and State Primary – September 13, 2018 In order to vote in Thursday’s state and local primary, you must have already fulfilled two requirements Have already registered to vote in New York by August 19, 2018 Have already enrolled with a political party by August 25, 2018 To verify your voter registration status or…
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August 28, 2018

NYC’s State and Local Primary Election is on September 13!

New York State and Local Primary Election – September 13th – Mark Your Calendars! WhosOntheBallot.org is fully updated with information for the State and Local Primary Election, which will take place on Thursday, September 13, 2018. The congressional primaries may be over, but New York City still has more voting to do! And on Thursday, September 13th, registered voters…
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June 11, 2018

New York Federal Primary Election – June 26th – Mark Your Calendars!

WhosOntheBallot.org is fully updated with information for the Federal (Congressional) Primary Election, which will take place on Tuesday, June 16, 2018. Please check WhosOntheBallot.org to see if there is a contested primary in your district for your party candidate. Many districts do not have contested primaries. These are the districts and parties with primaries on June 26: Democratic…
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November 3, 2017

Know The Facts: The New York State Constitutional Convention