Cast Your Vote
Polling places are located throughout the city. You can vote ONLY at your designated polling place. Make sure your are at the correct polling site and Election District/Assembly District (ED/AD) for your address. Polling Places are open 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. If you are not sure of your polling location, the following can assist you:
You may also call the Voter Phone Bank at 1.866.VOTE.NYC.
Elsewhere in New York
If you are already registered in New York State, you can visit the NYS Voter Public Information website to check your registration and find your polling location.
If you are registered and will not be able to vote in-person on election day, you can complete the Absentee Ballot Application form, which must be postmarked no later than 7 days prior to the election, and mail it to your county board of elections.
You will also find absentee ballot applications on TurboVote. TurboVote includes deadlines, easy-to-follow-directions, and a breakdown
Absentee voting (a.k.a "mail-in voting" and "by-mail voting") is conducted by mail-in paper ballot prior to the day of an election. Some states allow any registered voter to vote by absentee ballot (i.e. "no excuse absentee voting"). Other states require an excuse to vote by absentee ballot. Finally, some states require that absentee ballots be notarized or signed by a witness. In general, you can vote by absentee ballot if you will be able to vote in person on Election Day. If you're away at college, you can almost always vote by absentee ballot.
New York State Voters
Students studying outside of the U.S. that are registered in New York State may vote by completing the Absentee Ballot Application form, which must be postmarked no later than 7 days prior to the election and mailed to your county board of elections.
Other State Voters
Students studying outside of the U.S. and registered in a state other than New York can seek information on their state’s absentee ballot by visiting the U.S. Department of State's website for details about requesting and delivering your absentee ballot.