Last Updated: 6/22/20
It is critically important that every voter in NY-09 has the opportunity to fairly and safely cast their ballot in the June 23 New York primary. Please be aware of the dates and changes to the voting process implemented in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Vote on Primary Election Day: June 23
If you’re not able to early vote, you can vote on June 23 at your regular voting location. Visit nyc.pollsitelocator.com/ to enter your address and find your polling site for Election Day.
How To Vote Absentee
New York is allowing all voters to vote absentee to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Please follow the steps below to ensure your vote is counted for the Democratic Primary on June 23rd.
- When do I need to send in my absentee ballot? Absentee ballots must be postmarked by June 22 and must reach the Board of Elections no more than seven days after the election to be counted.
- I did not receive my absentee ballot. What next? If you haven’t received your absentee ballot, please plan to vote early in-person or on Election Day, June 23.
To learn more about what is on your ballot and how to vote, enter your address here.
If you applied for an absentee ballot and did not receive it, please contact the Board of Elections.