Due to a recent court decision, primaries for U.S. House and State Senate may be delayed until August. More info to come.

Partnerships power progress.

NYC Votes partners with community based organizations and other city agencies to promote youth voting and civic engagement.

Our Youth Organization Partners

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Civics For All  an initiative that launched in Spring 2018, that provides resources, programming, and professional learning to all NYC schools. The initiative focuses on education models that are interactive, project-based, and relevant to students’ lives

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CUNY Votes is a comprehensive, non-partisan initiative whose mission is to promote student voter registration, voter participation and voter awareness through campus based activities, external partnerships and University-wide campaigns.

Take the CUNY Pledge to Vote

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New York City Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) invests in a network of community-based organizations and programs to alleviate the effects of poverty and to provide opportunities for New Yorkers and communities to flourish.

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Urban Word champions, centers, and elevates young marginalized voices as leaders at the intersection of the literary arts and civic engagement.

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We Build the Block/Crew Count is a coalition of youth dedicated to educating our peers on the importance of voting, how to vote and getting people elected that represent overpoliced groups.

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YVote is sparking a cross-partisan youth voting movement through which young people connect their passions and beliefs with how they can make a difference, at and beyond the ballot box.