The state had canceled this year’s presidential primary on June 23, but a judge has reinstated it. And people don’t have to go out to vote — every voter is expected to receive an application for an absentee ballot in the mail.
In addition to the presidential primary, there will be other races on the ballot too.
Assembly member Daniel O’Donnell sent the following info on what to do:
Pursuant to an Executive Order announced today, all voters will be mailed applications for an absentee ballot for the June 23rd Primary. The applications will be mailed in the coming weeks, and will come with prepaid postage for the application’s return. The application is returned to the Board of Election, which will then mail you your ballot. Additional logistics will be announced in the coming days. At this time, in person voting is still planned to be available as well.
How can I check my current voter registration?
Use the NYC Voter Search website: https://www.
What if I am not isolating at my voting address?
The Board of Election is looking into the best way to get ballots to individuals isolating at a different location than their voting address. We hope for clear answers soon. For those interested, one option will be to have USPS Forward all your mail to your current location. You can sign up for this service here: https://www.usps.com/