On September 10th, voters across the city will select their party’s nominees for judicial races and party positions. Enter your address below to view customized information about the primary races that will be on your ballot.
Voters in Queens City Council District 23 will choose their party’s candidate to run for the Council seat vacated this summer. If you are eligible to vote in this district, check out the profiles of the candidates seeking your party’s nomination.
Remember, you are only eligible to vote on September 10th if you are a registered member of a party holding a primary. For the general election on November 3rd, all registered voters are eligible.
Make your voice heard—go vote on September 10th!
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Upcoming Election Deadlines
|August 21||Change of Address Deadline|
|September 3||Mail-In Absentee Ballot Application Deadline|
|September 9||Mail-In Military Ballot/Absentee Ballot Deadline In-Person Military Ballot Deadline (9 am to 5 pm) In-Person Absentee Ballot Application Deadline (9 am to 5 pm)|
|September 10||In-Person Absentee Ballot Delivery Deadline (9 am to 9 pm)|
|October 9||Mail-In Registration Application Deadline, General Election In-Person Registration Deadline, General Election (9 am to 5 pm)|
*Candidate did not submit a profile in time to be included in this Guide.
THE OFFICE OF CITY COUNCIL MEMBER
The City Council is the legislative, or law-making, branch of New York City’s government. The City Council is responsible for passing local laws, making decisions about land use, investigating and overseeing city agencies, and approving the city’s budget. Each Council member represents one of the 51 New York City Council districts. Council members receive an annual base salary of $112,500. Council leaders and chairs of committees receive additional pay. Council members may hold other jobs in addition to their Council seats.