The NYC Votes mobile app is on a mission to revolutionize the electoral process for New York City voters and candidates and along with the Voter Guide and Debate Program, is part of the CFB’s NYC Votes campaign to engage New York City voters. Access it from your smartphone or tablet at nycvotes.org for election info on the go.
The Judicial Campaign Ethics Center (JCEC) of the New York State Unified Court System publishes an online judicial voter guide with nonpartisan information about candidates for Civil Court, Surrogate's Court, and New York State Supreme Court. The site also provides campaign ethics information for judicial candidates and general information about the state judiciary system for the public.
Who's on the Ballot (whosontheballot.org) is a quick and easy to use website and mobile app that provides New York City citizens the location of polling places, information on candidates, sample ballots, and voter registration information.
Launched by the League of Women Voters Education Fund (LWVEF) in October of 2006, VOTE411.org is a "one-stop-shop" for election-related information that provides both general and state-specific nonpartisan information to the public.
Transportation Alternatives, a nonprofit New York City transportation advocacy organization, surveyed every mayoral candidate and the more than 200 candidates running for City Council about how they will (or won't) support biking, walking and safe streets throughout the city and has published the responses in its nonpartisan online voter guide.
- Register to vote (or change your address or party enrollment)
- Apply for an absentee ballot
- Find Out Where You Vote
- Check your voter registration on the state BOE’s voter look-up page
- Pledge to vote and get email alerts about important dates and deadlines