The future of our city, our state, and our country is at stake in November’s general election.

This year’s midterm election, the midway point in the President’s 4-year term, will decide who represents us in Congress and which party will have a majority in the U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives. That choice will determine which bills get voted on and which Presidential appointments – like Supreme Court Justices – get approved.

We’ll also choose who leads New York State, including the Governor and state legislature. These leaders will make decisions on issues like public safety jobs, and reproductive rights that impact us every day.

There are also judges on the ballot that will guide our state’s justice system, and four ballot proposals that will give you the chance to vote directly on issues like climate change and racial justice.

Your vote has the power to decide our future. Change tomorrow. Vote November 8.

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“I firmly believe that everybody can make a difference in this world and one way to do that is to vote." -@risaxu

Offices on the Ballot

November 8th General Election

  • U.S. Senate
  • U.S. House
  • Governor
  • Lt. Governor
  • Attorney General
  • Comptroller
  • State Senate
  • State Assembly
  • NYS Supreme Court
  • Civil Court
  • Surrogate’s Court
  • Ballot Proposals