Make your mark on city government by voting in this year's primary and general elections! It is a major election year in New York City, with races for mayor, public advocate, comptroller, borough president, and City Council.
The first step is to help select your party's nominee for each office in the September 10th Primary Election. You must be a registered voter enrolled with a political party that is holding a primary to vote in this election.
This online Guide contains profiles and videos of the primary election candidates, along with links to their websites and social media. Start by entering your address below to view a customized table of contents listing candidates that will appear on your ballot. Compare the candidates' platforms, bios, and where they stand on the issues so you can cast an informed vote on September 10th. Need more information about how and where to vote? Look under the All About Voting tab above for frequently asked questions and more.
NYC Votes, the Campaign Finance Board's voter engagement campaign, has many ways for you to learn about the candidates. Tune in to the NYCgov channel beginning September 2nd for the video edition of the Voter Guide. Watch, stream, or listen as the candidates for citywide office face off in the official NYC Votes Debates (and if you missed any, you can stream them here). On the go? Check out our new mobile app by visiting www.nycvotes.org from your smartphone or tablet.
Find Your Candidates!
Enter your address in the form below to view the candidates who you can vote for in your district.
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