Mobilize – Changemakers at MCC
At MCC we are not only committed to ensuring our community has the opportunity to vote but also to advocating for the issues and ideas we hold valuable and supporting the voices of our community. 2020 will be a critical year with the Census and voter mobilization, in addition to many other opportunities, so check back to this space!
Thanks for encouraging me. Such a positive, creative environment.Ceramics Student
- I have loved Manny Cantor and my classes. My ceramics instructor is one of the best teachers I have ever had.She is undoubtedly gifted as a teacher. She is kind, patient, helpful, creative, explains and shows very clearly, always welcomes questions, and never gets irritated. I have loved learning from her.Ceramics Student
The art studio is truly my happy place.Painting Student
I will vote this year -- and every year -- because my voice matters. Especially in my local elections!Roxy, Early Childhood Center Parent
I believe in equity and equality for all -- most of all, I believe in better.Sarah, Assistant Director @ MCC Fitness
Make Your Plan to Vote Safely
The city of New York is holding regular elections for mayor, city council, public advocate, and comptroller on November 2, 2021.
A primary is scheduled for June 12, 2021. This primary will be NYC’s first Ranked Choice Voting election.
Early Voting in the primary is from June 10th to June 20th.
New voters must register (and enroll in a party) by May 28 to vote in the primary election.
Get registered to vote
Visit vote.gov to register for the first time or update your information. Not sure if you’re registered? Check your status at https://voterlookup.elections.ny.gov/.
Need to register? Click here to visit the DMV website.
You Have 3 Ways to Vote this June and Novemeber:
Vote By Mail!
You can apply for your Absentee Ballot NOW. Absentee ballots can also be dropped off at all early voting and election day polling locations, and specially designated drop boxes.
Visit https://nycabsentee.com to complete and/or track your application OR you can call 1-866-868-3692 to make your request.
Find your polling place and hours here. Your early voting location may be different than your Election Day polling place.
Vote on Election Day!
Find your Election Day polling spot here – nyc.pollsitelocator.com.
You are required to wear a mask/face covering and maintain 6 feet of distance when entering any Board of Elections facility.
Finally, Know Your Rights!
Visit the NYACLU to check your voting rights and make sure your voice is counted this November.
Take the Pledge: Make a Plan to Vote
View the new voting rights laws in New York, which include Early Voting pre-registration for 16 & 17 year olds and more! Learn more about all the changes here: letnyvote.org
Learn about who represents you, and who is on the ballot before you vote from this non-partisan resource: ballotpedia.org/New_York
Send us your resources and ways you’re getting involved in the community (and how we can help) by emailing email@example.com.
Senior Advocacy Leadership Team
Tuesdays | 2:00 – 3:00 pm
A self-directed volunteer civic-advocacy group of seniors from MCC, SALT is working to make the LES an age-friendly community and support the needs and voices of older adults. All ages welcome!