Vote on Election Day

Find out how you can vote on Tuesday, June 22!

When is election day?

Election day is Tuesday, June 22, 2021.

Remember that New York now has early voting, and you can vote early from June 12 - June 20. We recommend voting early to skip long lines on election day. More information here.

What hours are polls open?

On election day, all poll sites will be open from 6am - 9pm. If you are in line by 9pm, you will be able to vote.

Where do I go to vote?

You must vote at your assigned election day polling site (which may be different from your assigned early voting poll site). You can find your assigned election day poll site here.

Do I have to vote at my assigned poll site?

Yes, you must vote at your assigned poll site. You can find your assigned election day poll site here.

I requested / returned an absentee ballot. Can I still vote in person on election day?

Yes! If you choose to vote in-person after submitting your absentee ballot, only your in person vote will count.

Does the Manhattan D.A. race have ranked choice voting?

No. For the Manhattan District Attorney election, you will only be able to choose one candidate (so only fill in the bubble next to "Dan Quart").

For New York City elections such as Mayor, Public Advocate, Comptroller, and City Council, you’ll have the option of "ranking" up to 5 candidates in the order of your preference. Learn more about ranked choice voting here.

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