Starting in 2021, NYC will use Ranked Choice Voting in special and primary elections for local offices. You can rank up to 5 candidates in order of preference, instead of choosing just one.
Read the voter guide for the 2021 City Council District 24 Special Election to be held on Tuesday, February 2! Learn how to vote early, read candidate profiles and more!
We're partnering with community organizations across NYC to educate voters about Ranked Choice Voting. Join us!
Read the report and access interactive maps visualizing voter turnout in 2019, plus findings from a decade-long study on participation patterns citywide
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NYC Votes is recruiting nonprofits, businesses, and community organizations to participate in its nonpartisan, two-year effort to help these voting populations make their voices heard in city elections.
Are you currently on probation or parole? You have the right to vote! Read our guide for the formerly incarcerated to learn more about your rights, how to get registered, and vote.