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NOVEMBER 8 GENERAL ELECTION
The New York State General Election will take place on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., with early voting running from October 29 to November 6. Voter registration deadline is October 14, 2022.
Here are just some of the offices that will be on the ballot on November 8:
- U.S. Senate
- U.S. House
- Lieutenant Governor
- State Senate
- State House
- Municipal government
- Ballot Measures
- And More
Register to Vote
Most states allow voters to submit a National Mail Voter Registration form. Vote.org provides state-specific voter registration deadlines, absentee voting information, and early voting dates for your state. If you live in New York and have a state issued Driver License, Permit or Non-Driver ID simply visit the NY MyDMV Motor Voter site to register to vote online, otherwise you must complete a mail-in application to register to vote.
Most up to date information on NYC deadlines can be found at the NYC Board of Elections.
Early Voting in NYC
Columbia University has proudly served as an Early Voting location in Morningside at 2872 Broadway (former CitiBank location), Manhattanville at 605 West 125 Street (The Forum), CUIMC at 1150 St Nicholas Avenue (Russ Berrie Center) and other locations. Find Your NYC Polling Location
Ranked Choice Voting
Ranked Choice Voting gives voters more say in who gets elected. Even if your first-choice candidate does not win, you are still able to affect the outcome by supporting your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or even 5th choice. Because candidates will need broad support (even from voters who may not rank them first), campaigns are more likely to focus on appealing to voters like you and less on attacking each other. Ranked Choice Voting also leads to more diverse candidates winning office. Cities that have implemented Ranked Choice Voting have elected more women and more women of color, making their elected officials more representative of their communities. (Source: nyc.gov)