You’ll vote for the future of your neighborhood—from Baychester to Bed Stuy!
In fact, your vote in local elections can have a bigger impact on your daily life than national elections. Our city’s laws begin as legislation drafted and voted on by the City Council. They have recently voted on issues like paid sick leave, childcare services, and salary transparency.
In addition to the City Council, you will also vote for District Attorney, Civil Court Judges, and Delegates to the Judicial Convention who nominate candidates for New York Supreme Court.
Local elections matter. On June 27, your community’s future is in your hands!
Offices on the Ballot
June 27 Primary Election
- City Council
- District Attorney (Bronx, Queens, Staten Island)
- Civil Court
- Delegates to the Judicial Convention
- Party positions
Who’s on the Ballot?
Meet the Candidates
Learn about the candidates on your ballot, their top issues, and more!Meet the Candidates