Registering to Vote
Don’t wait! Although you can register any time during the year, your Voter Registration Form must be hand-delivered or mailed at least 25 days before the election. Make sure you are eligible to make your vote count at the polls.
How to Vote
Use the BOE’s poll site locator to find where to go on Election Day and follow our step-by-step instructions on how to cast your ballot. Can’t make it to the polls? Follow our guide to voting absentee.
NYC Voter Guide
Get nonpartisan information about the candidates and proposals you’ll be voting on in the city’s official Voter Guide.
The Debate Program offers New Yorkers the opportunity to compare candidates running for mayor, comptroller, and public advocate side-by-side as they discuss important issues facing the city.
Throughout the year, NYC Votes and its partners register New Yorkers and promote voter engagement via community-based programs.
Youth voter turnout is depressingly low. Find out how NYC Votes is promoting a voting culture and getting youth engaged in their elections and their communities.
Attend a VAAC meeting, testify about voting, become an NYC Votes partner — everyone is welcome to help NYC Votes achieve its voter engagement mission.
About NYC Votes
The CFB’s NYC Votes campaign promotes civic engagement through community outreach, voter registration and engagement programs, and educational resources.