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Proposal Number 1, an Amendment: Amending the Apportionment and Redistricting Process

This proposed constitutional amendment would freeze the number of state senators at 63, amend the process for the counting of the state’s population, delete certain provisions that violate the United States Constitution, repeal and amend certain requirements for the appointment of the co-executive directors of the redistricting commission and amend the manner of drawing district lines for congressional and state legislative offices. Shall the proposed amendment be approved?

Proposal Number 2, an Amendment: Right to Clean Air, Clean Water, and a Healthful Environment

The proposed amendment to Article 1 of the New York Constitution would establish the right of each person to clean air and water and a healthful environment. Shall the proposed amendment be approved?

Proposal Number 3, an Amendment: Eliminating Ten-Day-Advance Voter Registration Requirement

The proposed amendment would delete the current requirement in Article 2, § 5 that a citizen be registered to vote at least ten days before an election and would allow the Legislature to enact laws permitting a citizen to register to vote less than ten days before the election. Shall the proposed amendment be approved?

Proposal Number 4, an Amendment: Authorizing No Excuse Absentee Ballot Voting

The proposed amendment would delete from the current provision on absentee ballots the requirement that an absentee voter must be unable to appear at the polls by reason of absence from the county or illness or physical disability. Shall the proposed amendment be approved?

Proposal Number 5, an Amendment: Increasing the Jurisdiction of the New York City Civil Court

The proposed amendment would increase the New York City Civil Court’s jurisdiction by allowing it to hear and decide claims for up to $50,000 instead of the current jurisdictional limit of $25,000. Shall the proposed amendment be approved?

Surrogate Court Judge – Kings County

The Surrogate Court serves the estates of individuals who were domiciled in Kings County at the time of their death.

Justice of the Supreme Court – 13th Judicial District

The Supreme Court generally hears cases that are outside the jurisdiction of other trial courts of more limited jurisdiction. In New York City, the Court exercises civil jurisdiction and jurisdiction over felony charges.

Judge of the Civil Court – County – Kings

The Civil Court of the City of New York decides lawsuits involving claims of up to $25,000. The Civil Court includes a small claims part for the informal resolution of cases involving amounts of up to $5,000, and a housing part for landlord-tenant and housing violation proceedings. The court also handles other civil matters referred by the Supreme Court.  New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Judge of the Civil Court – District – 9th Municipal Court District – New York

The Civil Court of the City of New York has jurisdiction over civil cases involving amounts up to $25,000 and other civil matters referred to it by the Supreme Court. It includes a small claims part for informal dispositions of matters not exceeding $5,000 and a landlord and tenant/housing part for landlord-tenant matters of unlimited amounts and housing code violations. New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Judge of the Civil Court – District – 2nd Municipal Court District – Richmond

The Civil Court of the City of New York has jurisdiction over civil cases involving amounts up to $25,000 and other civil matters referred to it by the Supreme Court. It includes a small claims part for informal dispositions of matters not exceeding $5,000 and a landlord and tenant/housing part for landlord-tenant matters of unlimited amounts and housing code violations. New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Judge of the Civil Court – 3rd Municipal Court District – Queens

Judge of the Civil Court – 7th Municipal Court District – Kings

The Civil Court of the City of New York has jurisdiction over civil cases involving amounts up to $25,000 and other civil matters referred to it by the Supreme Court. It includes a small claims part for informal dispositions of matters not exceeding $5,000 and a landlord and tenant/housing part for landlord-tenant matters of unlimited amounts and housing code violations. New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Judge of the Civil Court – District – 2nd Municipal Court District – Bronx

Judge of the Civil Court – District – 5th Municipal Court District – Manhattan

The Civil Court of the City of New York has jurisdiction over civil cases involving amounts up to $25,000 and other civil matters referred to it by the Supreme Court. It includes a small claims part for informal dispositions of matters not exceeding $5,000 and a landlord and tenant/housing part for landlord-tenant matters of unlimited amounts and housing code violations. New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Judge of the Civil Court – District – 2nd Municipal Court District – New York

The Civil Court of the City of New York decides lawsuits involving claims of up to $25,000. The Civil Court includes a small claims part for the informal resolution of cases involving amounts of up to $5,000, and a housing part for landlord-tenant and housing violation proceedings. The court also handles other civil matters referred by the Supreme Court.  New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Justice of the Supreme Court – 1st Judicial District

The Supreme Court generally hears cases that are outside the jurisdiction of other trial courts of more limited jurisdiction. In New York City, the Court exercises civil jurisdiction and jurisdiction over felony charges.

District Attorney – Manhattan

District Attorney – Kings

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Staten Island Borough President

Borough Presidents provide comments and recommendations on land-use issues in their borough, advocate for the borough in the city budget process, appoint Community Boards, chair the Borough Boards, and serve on various boards and committees.

Queens Borough President

Borough Presidents provide comments and recommendations on land-use issues in their borough, advocate for the borough in the city budget process, appoint Community Boards, chair the Borough Boards, and serve on various boards and committees.

Manhattan Borough President

Borough Presidents provide comments and recommendations on land-use issues in their borough, advocate for the borough in the city budget process, appoint Community Boards, chair the Borough Boards, and serve on various boards and committees.

Bronx Borough President

Borough Presidents provide comments and recommendations on land-use issues in their borough, advocate for the borough in the city budget process, appoint Community Boards, chair the Borough Boards, and serve on various boards and committees.

Kings Borough President

Borough Presidents provide comments and recommendations on land-use issues in their borough, advocate for the borough in the city budget process, appoint Community Boards, chair the Borough Boards, and serve on various boards and committees.

City Comptroller

The New York City Comptroller is a citywide elected official who serves as the Chief Financial Officer of the City.  The Comptroller ensures the financial condition of the city by advising the Mayor and City Council. The Comptroller has the power to audit city agencies and to ensure financial performance. In addition, the Comptroller manages the five New York City Pension Funds. The Comptroller serves a four-year term of office.

Public Advocate

The Public Advocate is a citywide elected official and is first in line to succeed the Mayor. The Public Advocate is a non-voting member of the City Council, but can introduce and co-sponsor legislation. The Public Advocate office is intended as a link between the people and the city government; monitoring city agencies and receiving and investigating public complaints. In addition, the Public Advocate appoints representative to city boards and commissions.

Mayor

The Mayor of the City of New York is the chief executive of the City. The Mayor appoints all commissioners who head city departments as well as the deputy mayors who manage offices within the Mayor’s Office. The Mayor serves a four-year term.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Member of the City Council

The New York City Council is the legislative body for the City of New York. The Council is comprised of 51 members from Council Districts throughout the five boroughs. Members are normally elected every four years, with each member representing a district of approximately 139,000 people. The Council monitors the performance of city agencies, makes land use decisions, and maintains approval authority over the city’s budget. It also legislates on a wide range of other subjects. The Council is an equal partner with the Mayor in the governing of New York City.

Judge of the Civil Court – County – Queens

The Civil Court of the City of New York has jurisdiction over civil cases involving amounts up to $25,000 and other civil matters referred to it by the Supreme Court. It includes a small claims part for informal dispositions of matters not exceeding $5,000 and a landlord and tenant/housing part for landlord-tenant matters of unlimited amounts and housing code violations. New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Justice of the Supreme Court – 11th Judicial District

The Supreme Court generally hears cases that are outside the jurisdiction of other trial courts of more limited jurisdiction. In New York City, the Court exercises civil jurisdiction and jurisdiction over felony charges.

Justice of the Supreme Court – 2nd Judicial District

The Supreme Court generally hears cases that are outside the jurisdiction of other trial courts of more limited jurisdiction. In New York City, the Court exercises civil jurisdiction and jurisdiction over felony charges.

Justice of the Supreme Court – 12th Judicial District

The Supreme Court generally hears cases that are outside the jurisdiction of other trial courts of more limited jurisdiction. In New York City, the Court exercises civil jurisdiction and jurisdiction over felony charges.

Judge of the Civil Court – County – New York

The Civil Court of the City of New York has jurisdiction over civil cases involving amounts up to $25,000 and other civil matters referred to it by the Supreme Court. It includes a small claims part for informal dispositions of matters not exceeding $5,000 and a landlord and tenant/housing part for landlord-tenant matters of unlimited amounts and housing code violations. New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Judge of the Civil Court – 2nd Municipal Court District – Kings

The Civil Court of the City of New York decides lawsuits involving claims of up to $25,000. The Civil Court includes a small claims part for the informal resolution of cases involving amounts of up to $5,000, and a housing part for landlord-tenant and housing violation proceedings. The court also handles other civil matters referred by the Supreme Court.  New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Judge of the Civil Court – District – 4th Municipal Court District – Queens

The Civil Court of the City of New York has jurisdiction over civil cases involving amounts up to $25,000 and other civil matters referred to it by the Supreme Court. It includes a small claims part for informal dispositions of matters not exceeding $5,000 and a landlord and tenant/housing part for landlord-tenant matters of unlimited amounts and housing code violations. New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.

Judge of the Civil Court – District – 3rd Municipal Court District – New York

The Civil Court of the City of New York has jurisdiction over civil cases involving amounts up to $25,000 and other civil matters referred to it by the Supreme Court. It includes a small claims part for informal dispositions of matters not exceeding $5,000 and a landlord and tenant/housing part for landlord-tenant matters of unlimited amounts and housing code violations. New York City Civil Court judges are elected to 10-year terms.