NYC Election Resources

NYC Election Resources June 2021

Primary Election Date: Tuesday, June 22

June 12 - June 20: Early voting at designated locations

Important Deadlines
May 28:  Voter Registration Deadline
June 2:   Last day to change your address
June 15: Last day to request an absentee ballot


Learn more about the candidates running for office. Below are links to some recent candidates forums and questionnaires by LiveOn NY and Human Services Council. In addition, there are links to a ElectNYC and the New York City Campaign Finance Board, where you can learn more about the upcoming election process, candidates, and Ranked Choice Voting.

NYC Board of Elections:

LiveOn NY: LiveOn NY’s work is centered on making sure that New York is a great place to age. This is done through targeted advocacy, data-driven policy, direct assistance & innovative programs. As a membership organization, LiveOn NY represents 100 agencies from small, single-site centers to large multi-service organizations, representing 3.2 million older New Yorkers and their caregivers. 

Mayoral forum link:

Candidates Questionnaire link:

Human Services Council: HSC strengthens New York’s nonprofit human services sector, ensuring New Yorkers from all walks of life, across diverse neighborhoods, cultures, and generations reach their full potential.

2021-Nonprofit-Policy-Questionnaire-Comptroller-Candidate-Responses2021-Nonprofit-Policy-Questionnaire-Mayoral-Candidate-ResponsesNew York City Campaign Finance Board: The Campaign Finance Board is a nonpartisan, independent city agency that empowers New Yorkers to make a greater impact on their elections.

ElectNYC: ElectNYC is a one-stop-shop for the 2021 local election. A project of Citizens Union Foundation and Gotham Gazette, with the support of the Ford Foundation, ElectNYC provides the tools New Yorkers need to understand these complex elections, to assess the candidates, and to vote.

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