Preparing to Vote on November 6th

 Voting stickers from Gloria: The Life at the Daryl Roth Theatre

Voting stickers from Gloria: The Life at the Daryl Roth Theatre

Election Day is coming up on Tuesday, November 6th and New York City Campaign Finance Board has put together resources to help you learn more about the candidates, policy proposals, and polling locations before the big day.

Visit Voting.nyc to learn about your voting rights, where to vote, and what policies are before you this election.

  • Know Your Candidates: Find out which offices you are voting on in the city, state and your local district.

  • Know the Ballot Proposals: Don’t forget to Flip Your Ballot to vote on three New York City Ballot Proposals regarding:

    • Proposal 1: Campaign Finances

    • Proposal 2: Civic Engagement Commission

    • Proposal 3: Community Boards

    • In addition to the resources at Voting.NYC, read the proposals and samples of Election Day ballots at FlipYourBallot.nyc.

  • Find Your Polling Location

On Election Day, State Law gives New York employees up to two hours of paid leave on Election Day if they do not have sufficient time to vote (at least four consecutive hours either between the opening of the polls and the beginning on their shift, or between the end of their working shift and the closing of the polls).