Primary Elections 2024 – Part 2: What to Expect

On Tuesday, June 25 2024, New Yorkers will return to the polls to vote in Congressional and state assembly primary elections. New York is a closed primary state, so voters must register with a political party participating in the primary to vote. The deadline to register to vote, update your address or request an absentee ballot online or by mail is Saturday, June 15th. 

Early voting will run from Saturday, June 15th to Sunday, June 23rd. To find your early voting and Election Day polling location, click here. Absentee ballots must be returned to poll sites or postmarked by Election Day and received by Tuesday, April 2nd. 

The presidential primary was held in early April. The general election is set for November 5th. 

For more information, visit the Board of Elections site here. Voters can view sample ballots here.

In addition, on June 18th the Center for New York City Law and the New York Elections, Census and Redistricting Institute at New York Law School will host New York Redistricting: What Happened and What’s Next?, a conference discussing what happened following the 2014 redistricting amendment and the what should change before 2030. To register, click here. For more updates from the New York Elections, Census and Redistricting Institute, click here.

By: Veronica Rose (Veronica is the Editor of CityLand and a New York Law School graduate, Class of 2018.)




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