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

What you need to know

Our future is on the ballot, NYC. Important state and federal offices are on the ballot in the June 28th primary election.

This election will not use Ranked Choice Voting. That means you can choose just one candidate for each office. NYC is only using Ranked Choice Voting in primary and special elections for city offices. Learn more about Ranked Choice Voting.

There are three ways to cast your ballot:

Early Voting

Don’t wait until Election Day! You can vote early in person starting on June 18th.Learn more about early voting

Vote by Mail

All NYC voters can vote by mail by requesting an absentee ballot.Learn more about voting by mail

Election Day

Polls are open on Election Day from 6am-9pm.Learn more about election day

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Where to Vote

Visit the Board of Elections website to find out where you can vote!

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Top FAQs

What’s on the ballot?

There is a primary election for state and federal offices on June 28th, including races for U.S. Senate, U.S. House, Governor, State Senate, and State Assembly. In a primary election, you decide which candidate will be your party’s nominee in the general election. Meet the candidates.

Who is eligible to vote in a primary election?

Only registered members of a political party can vote in a primary election in New York State. This is known as a “Closed Primary.” You can select your party affiliation when you register to vote. Independent or unaffiliated voters are excluded from participating in a primary election.

What support is available for voters with disabilities?

Voters with disabilities can access the ballot in different ways, and can use Ballot Marking Devices at their poll site. These devices offer four ways to mark your ballot. Accessible absentee ballots are also available from the NYC Board of Elections. Lastly, you have the right to bring someone to help you vote or to ask a poll worker for help! Learn more about accessibility.

Key Dates

  • Early Voting - Assembly District 58

    Sat, May 14, 2022 - Sun, May 22, 2022
  • Special Election Day - Assembly District 58

    Tue, May 24, 2022
  • Voter Registration Deadline

    Fri, June 3, 2022
  • Early Voting

    Sat, June 18, 2022 - Sun, June 26, 2022