Here are the basics you need to know to perform your civi duty today:
When can I vote?
Polling sites are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, November 2.
Today (11/2) is the last day to postmark or deliver your absentee ballot to the county board or poll site.
Where do I vote?
You can find your local polling site at findmypollsite.vote.nyc.
What’s on the ballot?
Here are the positions and those in the major parties running for each. To find the full list of those running in every party, consult this all-encompassing list from the BOE website.
- Eric L. Adams (Democrat)
- Curtis A. Silwa (Republican)
- Public Advocate
- Jumaane D. Williams (Democrat)
- Dr. Devi Elizabeth Nampiaparampil (Republican)
- City Comptroller
- Brad Lander (Democrat)
- Daby Benjamine Carrera (Republican)
- Borough President
- Mark D. Levine (Democrat)
- Louis Puliafito (Republican)
- District Attorney
- Alvin L. Bragg Jr. (Democrat)
- Thomas Kenniff (Republican)
- Members of the City Council (district dependent; see full list at above link)
- Justice of the Supreme Court (2)
- Margaret A. Pui Yee Cha (Democrat)
- John Joseph Kelley (Democrat)
- Judge of the Civil Court – County (2)
- Jeffrey S. Zellan (Democrat)
- Kim M. Parker (Democrat)
- Judge of the Civil Court – District (district dependent; see full list at above link
How do I find out what these candidates stand for?
Though of course you can examine their websites and read news articles, Voting.nyc has a handy “Meet the Candidates” Guide so you can find more information about them, their policies, and what platforms they’re running on in one place.
Are there any COVID-19 rules?
Yes. You are required to wear a mask/face covering and maintain six feet of distance when entering any Board of Elections facility
Anything else I should know?
- You can vote if you are in line by 9 p.m.
- You can vote by affidavit if your name is not on the voter list
- You can vote without showing ID (unless it’s your first time voting)
- You can call the NYC Vote hotline if you have any questions or need any help: 866-OUR-VOTE