New York voters have a lot of decisions to make this year. A slew of local offices — including the mayoralty — are up for grabs in 2021, due to term limits. And elections are coming up fast: The primaries are set for June 22.
Yes, June — nearly three months earlier than previously.
Because there’s so much going on with so many races — not to mention the advent of ranked choice voting and the likelihood the pandemic will disrupt the voting process again — we’ve created a series of posts to help New Yorkers navigate the 2021 elections.
We’ve packed them with resources — including basic information, like where and when to vote.
If you can’t find the answer to your 2021 election questions — even as simple as “Where do I go to vote?” — please let us know below.
We’ll continue to update these posts as we get more information and answer more of your questions.
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Meanwhile, here are some posts every voter should check out:
- What You Need to Know Now About the 2021 Elections in New York City
- The Race for NYC Mayor: Who’s Running to Run This Town in 2021
- How Does Ranked Choice Voting Work in New York City?
- What to Know About the 2021 New York City Council Races
- What to Know About the 2021 City Comptroller’s Race in New York
- What You Need to Know About the Public Advocate Race in 2021
- What You Need to Know About the Borough President Races
- What You Need to Know About the Special Elections in The Bronx and Queens
- What You Need to Know About New York’s District Attorney Races in 2021
- What to Know About Mayoral Polls in New York City’s 2021 Elections