Voter Information

Get Ready to Vote in the Presidential Election! 

With the Presidential primary approaching, make sure you are registered to vote and your information is up to date. Scroll down the page below to learn more. You must be registered for the party whose primary you wish to vote in. The Presidential Primary will be held Tuesday, April 2nd, 2024, with an early voting period beginning March 23rd until March 30th, 2024.

Early Voting: Saturday, October 28th, 2023 to Sunday, November 5th, 2023 

Election Day: Tuesday, November 7th, 2023

  • Check if you are already registered here 
  • Register to vote online here. You will need: NYS Driver License, Permit or Non-Driver ID, and Social Security Number. 
  • Use a paper form (can always pick-up from Manny Cantor Center). We have forms in English, Spanish and Chinese. 
  • Can call 1 (800) FOR-VOTE to request a form in another language 
  • For more information visit the Board of Elections website 
  • Your polling location will most likely be different than it will be on election day 
  • Poll station hours vary each day  
  • You can visit for early voting details     
  • This is the last day you have to vote! 
  • Polls will be open from 6 AM – 9 PM. As long as you are in line by 9 PM you will be allowed to vote.  
  • Find your polling place here 
  • Visit this link to access all the information you need and to learn how to request your ballot 
  • If you need an absentee ballot, we recommend requesting it as early as possible to avoid delays or issues 
  • PRIMARY: Last Day for Board of Elections to receive request: June 12th, 2023 
  • PRIMARY: Last Day to Postmark or Deliver in person: June 27th, 2023 
  • GENERAL: Last Day for Board of Elections to receive request: October 23rd, 2023 
  • GENERAL: Last Day to Postmark or Deliver in person: November 7th, 2023 
  • The 2023 Election in NYC is a local election for City Council and Civil Court Judges
  • Want to see what’s on the ballot for you? You can also learn more here.
  • What does the City Council do? Learn more here. 
  • Want to learn more about what each elected office does? Learn more here. 
  • Who is on your ballot? Get to know your City Council District here.
  • Two state-wise ballot proposals you will be asked to vote “yes” or “no” on each. These will be approved if they receive a majority vote.
  • Review your rights as a voter here
  • If you believe your rights are not being met in these or any other ways, there are several resources you can use to report them: