Make Your Plan for Early Voting in the Upcoming Primary
New York City’s primary election is June 27, with a slew of races happening across the five boroughs. And thanks to the expansion of voting laws in 2019, voting is already open statewide. This means you can cast your ballot as early as June 17.
All 51 New York City Council seats are up for reelection this month, including in Lower Manhattan. For those registered in districts elsewhere, there are also races for district attorneys, civil court judges and delegates to the judicial convention. To find your early-poll site, check findmypollsite.vote.nyc. Note that your early-voting site is likely different from your poll site on Election Day. You can learn more about the candidates in your district at nycvotes.org.
Lastly, hours for early-polling sites are different at each location.Tags: early voting, nyc primaries