May 30, 2020
The New York State Presidential Primary is ON, and a number of important elections will take place in counties around NY State and in districts throughout NYC. You can vote by mail, only if you request an absentee ballot by June 16.
YOU MUST SUBMIT AN APPLICATION TO RECEIVE A MAIL-IN BALLOT BY JUNE 16!
Registered voters can vote by mail for the June 23rd primary, but must first request an absentee ballot by June 16th.
Don’t wait. Continue reading below to see how you can ACT NOW!
Paper applications have been mailed to all registered voters eligible to vote in the primary, along with a postage paid return envelope.
Alternatively, if you’re in NYC, you can simply click here to apply online.
Additional information for NYC voters may be found here, including online, phone, fax and mail options.
If you are outside the city, click here to download and print the application, and mail, email, or fax it to your county board of elections. (You can locate your county office on an interactive map when you open this link.)
Once the Board of Elections processes your application, you’ll receive a ballot for the June election.
You can find out who will be on the ballot in your New York City district by going to Who’s On The Ballot .
According to the New York State Board of Elections, the following New York State counties will have Special Elections to fill a vacancy in Congressional District 27: Genesee, Livingston, Orleans, Wyoming, part of Erie, Monroe, Niagara and Ontario.
(The application and ballots referred to above are for the June 23 New York Primary and Special Elections only. The process for voting in the November General Election is separate. While the deadline to register to vote in the primary has passed, you may still register to vote in the November election!)
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