Deadline To Register To Vote In November Election Is Oct. 13

Election Day 2017 is coming up, and The Office of Governor Cuomo wants to make sure as many New Yorkers as possible are able to vote and make their voices heard.

To be eligible to vote in the general election on Nov. 7, your application must be received no later than Oct. 13.

Friday is also the deadline to change your party enrollment for 2018.

Click here to register to vote today!
Here are three ways you can register to vote in New York State:

  • Register online: complete and submit an online registration form; 
  • Register by mail: complete the registration form and mail it to your County Board of Elections; or 
  • Call 800-FOR-VOTE to request a voter registration application.

Not sure if you’re registered to vote? Click here to check your voter status and where to vote.

Click here to view the Nassau County candidate list for the Nov. 7 election.
Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy. Register so your voice will be heard. Remember—you can’t vote if you aren’t registered, so take a moment and register today.

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