Confused on how, when and where to vote, watch City Councilmember Ben Kallos Election and Voting Information Session.
New Yorkers now have 3 ways to vote:
#VoteByMail (request your ballot now!)
#VoteEarly (Sat. October 24th - Sun. November 1st)!
#Vote on Election Day (11/3)!
Find out more about Voting Early!
From the Executive to the Legislative branches of the Federal and State governments, New York voters will have many many choices on November 3. Make sure you are registered, ready and have a voting plan in place. Find out more...
A federal judge has issued an order to clarify that the U.S. Census Bureau must continue counting for the 2020 census through Oct. 31. New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli hosts #RepresentNYC with guests NY City Councilmember Ydanis Rodriguez and NYC Central Labor Council's Vincent Alvarez...
$2.2 trillion HEROES Act would provide second round of stimulus checks. When will you get a check? Read more.
An article from the Gotham Gazette about NY States' Efforts to Encourage Early Voting and Avoid Absentee Ballot Headaches. Read more...
Find out how to get your absentee ballot before the deadline! Read more.
Earlier this week Donald Trump indicated that he would not move forward with a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election to Joe Biden. A blog by Lincoln Mitchell, co-host of The Election Show