Mark your calendars: Tuesday, September 10 is Primary Day.
Voting is our American right, and we strongly urge everyone to make his or her way to the polls. There is no excuse.
On Election Day, polling places are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.
According to the Board of Elections, you can find your poll site location online at http://nyc.pollsitelocator.com or by calling the voter Phone Bank at 1-866-VOTE-NYC.
This year we will be casting our Primary ballots for mayor, public advocate, city comptroller, borough president, city council and even state committee members.
If needed, a runoff is scheduled for October 1 when no candidates in a citywide primary election receive at least 40 percent of the vote.
In case you missed the primary guides we’ve been posting on our website, here are the links:
- Public advocate
- Queens borough president
- City Council District 19
- City Council District 22
- City Council District 24
- City Council District 27
- City Council District 28
- City Council District 31
- City Council District 32
Read them, learn about the candidates and make an informed decision.
It is up to us to elect those men and women who will lead our city and our borough most effectively.
Let your voice be heard. Every vote counts.