NYC Election Information

PREPARE TO VOTE IN THE PRIMARY, JUNE 22, 2021


There are lots of candidates vying for these positions: Mayor, Public Advocate, Comptroller, Brooklyn Borough President, City Council, including the 43rd District (Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights, Bath Beach, and some of Bensonhurst).

Review the ballot: If you are a registered Democrat, there are so many candidates for some positions that it will be helpful to review the ballot before you vote. Enter your address on this Board of Elections page, and it will show you the ballot for your party and your district. You can only vote for candidates running as members of the one party you’re registered with.

RANKED CHOICE VOTING - Primary voting is with this new system, so here are some links to help you prepare:

 

The Board of Elections in the City of New York (multiple languages)

 

The New York Times provides an excellent overview

 

Ranked Choice Voting described on NYC.gov (multiple languages)

 

Try out a practice Ranked Choice Voting Ballot (multiple languages)

 

See a demonstration on how Ranked Choice Voting is counted (multiple languages)

Here's a link with candidates city-wide who will be on the ballot.

Patch news site helps you see which candidates from all parties agree with your views on 15 issues: Meet Your Mayor: Our Quiz Tells You Which Candidates Best Match Your Positions On The Issues

The June 3 debate with 8 Democrat candidates on ABC NY TV is here:

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