You have the right to vote in the September 25, 2001
primary election if:
You also have a right to:
- you registered to vote by August 17,
- you are enrolled in a party,
- the party in which you are enrolled is having a primary, and
- you are in your polling place no later than 9:00 p.m. on September 25, 2001.
- Get help from an interpreter if you speak Spanish or Chinese. If your polling place does
not have an interpreter, call the Board of Elections’ toll-free voter assistance number,
- Get help in the voting booth from anyone except your employer or union agent if you are
a person with a disability or if you cannot read the ballot.
- Ask an election clerk how to use the voting machine.
- Bring materials into the voting booth with you, including this Voter Guide.
- Vote by paper ballot if the voting machine is broken.
- Vote by “affidavit ballot” if your name is missing from the files.
You do not have to show identification to vote.