Ballot proposals are on the ballot for voters to decide. Voters can vote
"Yes" or "No." Ballot proposals are on the right-hand side of the ballot in the
voting booth, near the top or bottom corner of the ballot. Please check the
ballot carefully and make sure you vote on these important proposals.
In the general election this year, New York City voters will be asked to vote on
two State ballot proposals, which will be Questions 1 and 2 on the ballot. Click
on the following to read the official text
and summary for the State Ballot Proposals. New York City voters will also be asked to vote on three local ballot
proposals placed on the ballot by the 2003 Charter Revision Commission, which
will be Questions 3, 4, and 5 on the ballot. Click for
extensive coverage of the NYC Ballot
Proposals you will be voting on in this election.