How to Vote for Andrew
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Learn more about Ranked Choice Voting on the NYC Board of Elections website.
- Early Voting: June 12-20, 2021
- Election Day: June 22, 2021
- Vote by Mail: Return your ballot ASAP, no later than June 22, 2021
We're Here to Help
- For Spanish, Mandarin, and Cantonese assistance, call 646-YANG-NY1 (646-926-4691)
- Broken machines, voter intimidation, long lines? Contact our Voter Protection Hotline. Text VOTE to (833) 861-1113 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Make a Plan to Vote
You have three options to cast your ballot this year…
- Early Voting - You can show up to an in-person polling location from June 12th - 20th and cast your ballot.
- Click here to find your early voting polling location. Hours will vary by location, and your early voting location may be different than your Election Day polling place.
- Election Day, Tuesday, June 22nd - This is your LAST DAY to vote.
- Click here to find your polling location - polls will be open from 6am-9pm at all locations.
- YOU MUST BE IN LINE BY 9PM TO CAST YOUR BALLOT.
- Vote by mail - To ensure your ballot is counted, you must place your ballot in the smaller envelope, sign and date the smaller envelope, and place the smaller envelope in the larger envelope.
- All ballots must be returned in-person or postmarked by June 22nd, although we recommend you mail in your ballot as soon as possible. It will take 72 hours to process but then you can track your ballot here.
Know Your Rights
- You do not need an ID to vote.
- The only time you may be asked is if you’re a first time voter and you registered to vote by mail and did not provide either a state-issued ID number or the last four digits of your Social Security Number. You can show photo ID (from any state), a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document. If you do not have this, you can still vote with a provisional ballot.
- If you’ve moved within the same borough and have not updated your address, you can still vote with a regular ballot. If you’ve moved to a different borough, you can vote by affidavit.
- As long as you are in line at your polling place by 9pm on Election Day, you have the right to vote.
- If you are registered as a Democrat and are not found in the poll ledger, you have the right to cast an affidavit ballot.
Read the NYC Voter’s Bill of Rights.
Vote by June 22nd!
Contact the Board of Elections or Our Voter Hotline if you have Questions
1-866-Vote-NYC (1-866-868-3692) or TTY-212-487-5496