What You Need to Know about the June 25 New York Primaries

Here’s what you need to know about the June 25 New York state and congressional primaries.

Janrey Serapio
June 04, 2024

On June 25, New Yorkers will be hitting the polls once again to vote in New York state primaries. 

Though it may feel like you just cast your vote on April 2 in the presidential primaries, the upcoming June 25 primaries are another important opportunity to make your voice heard on a more local level.

Why is it important to vote on June 25 and who will be on my ballot this time around?

For New York’s second primary of the year, all state-level seats for the State Assembly and Senate will be up on the ballot, as well as Congressional contests. This means June 25 is an important opportunity to decide who will represent you and your community’s needs.

You can receive a sample ballot—which includes the offices and candidates that will be on your ballot on voting day—at the Board of Elections website

If you would like more information about the candidates that will be on your ballot, NYC Votes offers a "What's on the Ballot?" resource. Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs also offers a candidate overview at whosontheballot.org. Both of these resources are normally updated as election day approaches, but individual research on candidates is encouraged.

Check out this handy video on how New York City’s five city offices impact our lives and learn more about the impact of your vote at NYC Votes. 

What are the dates that I need to know for the June 25 election? 

These are the important dates you need to know to get ready for June 25, including information on early voting, voter registration, absentee ballots, and polling places.  

  • JUNE 15: This is the last day to submit an application to the Board of Elections to receive an early voting ballot, absentee ballot, and voter registration form. You can submit these forms by mail, online portal, email, or fax. Learn more about ways to vote on NYC Votes. 
  • June 15 - 23: Last day to apply—in-person—for an early voting absentee ballot. 
  • JUNE 25: Deadline to return early voting ballot and absentee ballot. You can deliver your ballot in person at the Board of Elections or your local poll site.
  • JUNE 25: Primary election day! Polls are open from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm You must vote at your assigned poll site.

How do I know if I can vote in the June 25 New York primaries?

Only voters who are already registered to a political party can vote on June 25. See if you are already registered and with which political party at nycvotersearch.com.

If I am an Upper Manhattan resident, where can I go to vote on June 25? 

Early Voting Locations

If you're planning to vote early in this election, enter your address at findmypollsite.vote.nyc to find your assigned early voting location. For Manhattanville residents, early voting for will be taking place at Storefront (formally Floridita Restaurant) at 2276 12th Avenue. However, we're looking forward to welcoming early voters back at The Forum for the November General Election.

June 25 Polling Locations

If you plan to vote on June 25, enter your address at findmypollsite.vote.nyc. A reminder that all polls are open from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm on June 25.

Stay Tuned for the November 5 General Election

This important year in election history continues with the November 5 General Election. Make sure to mark your calendars and stay informed as the day approaches. 

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