Young volunteer offering NYC voter coffee

Unsure of where you’re registered to vote? Use the official New York State Voter Lookup Tool to find your registration information.

Tomorrow is Election Day!

If you are a U.S. citizen, 18 years of age or older, a New York City resident, and are registered to vote, we encourage you to go to the polls tomorrow (Tuesday, November 5) and cast your vote. Not only does voting let you choose the people who will represent you in government, it allows you to have a say about policies that can affect your community.

This year, the City’s registered voters will elect a candidate for the position of Public Advocate  and decide on five ballot questions that propose changes to the City Charter. In addition, if you live in Brooklyn’s City Council District 45—Flatbush, East Flatbush, Flatlands, Midwood, and Canarsie—you will be deciding who will represent your district on the City Council.

To find your Election Day voting site, as well as sample ballots, check out voting.nyc. Polls throughout the City will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Whether it’s before you drop off your child at school, during your lunch break or after work – it’s important to make a plan in advance for when you can head to the polls. Remember: your vote is your voice, and every voice counts!

Mayor de Blasio voting alongside the First Lady, Chirlane McCray

Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady McCray already voted during NYC’s first-ever Early Voting period. Now it’s YOUR turn! (Photo Credit: Michael Appleton, Mayoral Photography Office)

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