Roosevelt Coalition

Rebuilding New York City


There are Five Questions to Restore New York  on November 2nd

How Will You Get New Yorkers Back to Work?

How WIll You Make Our City’s Streets Safer?

How WIll You Stop the City’s increasing budget deficit?

How Will You Stop the Exodus of Residents from NYC?

How WIll You Bring back Tourism?

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WHat Happens After the Primary?

  • Regardless of how you chose to vote, it is possible that some crucial races will not be decided on the evening of June 22.
  • With many New Yorkers voting absentee and the introduction of Ranked Choice Voting, some critical elections will not be decided until a candidate has reached a 50% majority.
  • Except for District Attorney, all other city races will feature Ranked Choice Voting and go through the necessary rounds to reach that magic number.
  • Tabulating the votes could take days or potentially weeks to secure results, depending on the race in question.

Early Voting

  • This election, all New York City voters can vote early in-person before Election Day on November 2nd.
  • Early voting this year is October 23 to October 31 for the Primary.
  • Make sure to check your early voting location before you go. 
  • If you requested an absentee ballot but decide to vote early you DO NOT need to bring your absentee ballot with you to the polls or fill it out. Your early vote will still count.

Absentee Voting

  • October 26 is the last day to postmark an application or letter of application for a general election ballot.
  • November 1 is the last day to apply in person for a general election ballot.
  • November 2 is the last day to postmark a general election ballot and it must be received by your county Board of Elections no later than November 9.
  • November 2 is also the last day to hand deliver your absentee ballot in person to your county board or your poll site.

Voter Registration

  • October 8 is the last day to postmark an application to register for the general election and it must be received by the Board of Elections by October 13.
  • October 8 is also the last day to register in-person for the general election on November 2.
  • Changes of address for the General must be received by October 13.

How to Reach Us

General and press Inquiries:

Emily Sachs
The Coalition to Restore New York

Click Here for Voter Registration and Important Deadlines

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