Congressional Primary 2018


This Voter Guide is produced by the New York City Campaign Finance Board (CFB) to help city voters make informed choices at the polls. The CFB creates an online Guide for every city election. This Guide lists all the candidates who were expected to be on the ballot at the time of publication.


The primary election includes:


Congressional District 5 — Democratic

Congressional District 9 — Democratic

Congressional District 11 — Democratic

Congressional District 11 — Republican

Congressional District 11 — Conservative

Congressional District 12 — Democratic

Congressional District 14 — Democratic

Congressional District 16 — Democratic


The Reform party will hold a write-in contest (known as an "opportunity to ballot primary") in the 7th and 15th Congressional districts. No names will appear on the ballot. But any voter living in those districts who is enrolled in the Reform party or registered but not enrolled in another party (an unaffiliated voter) may cast a write-in ballot.


Find your district here.


The profiles and photos in this Guide were submitted to the CFB by the candidates, all of whom have affirmed that the information provided is true to the best of their knowledge. The views expressed in the candidate statements do not represent those of the CFB. Candidates without profile information or photos did not respond to our requests for participation or could not be reached.


June 1
Last day to register to vote in the primary (by mail and in person)
June 6
Last day to submit change of address
June 19
Last day to postmark absentee ballot application
June 25
Last day to apply in person for absentee ballot or postmark absentee ballot
June 26
Primary election day; last day to deliver absentee ballot in person