Election Day is Tuesday, November 7, 2023!
Voting is one of the most effective ways to make your voice heard in government and affect real change in your local policies. Make sure to vote this upcoming election for New York City Council, Bronx District Attorney, and other local elections!
Register to Vote!
The deadline to register to vote in the general election on November 7 is October 23, 2023.
Qualifications to Register to Vote:
- be a United States citizen
- be 18 years old (you may pre-register at 16 or 17 but cannot vote until you are 18)
- resident of this state and the county you will vote in for at least 30 days before the election
- not be adjudged mentally incompetent by a court
- not claim the right to vote elsewhere
- not be in prison for a felony conviction:
Not sure if you’re registered to vote? Check your registration status here.
Need to register? You have many options.
- Register in-person at the Bronx board of elections
- Register in-person any New York State Agency-Based voter registration center
- Submit your voter application form at the Department of Motor Vehicles, either in person or on their website if you already have DMV-issued identification.
- Request a New York State Voter Registration form by mail
You can also call 1.800.FOR.VOTE (1.800.367.8683) to request a voter application.
New York State Voter Registration Form
You can complete a PDF version of the NY Voter Registration Form online using the links below, or print the form to complete by hand. Either way, you must print, sign, and mail the form to your county board of elections.
Other Helpful Resources for our Bronx Neighbors:
- NYC Votes Online Voter Guide: The online Voter Guide is live. This Guide is available in all 13 designated citywide languages. Voters can enter their addresses and see which offices are on their ballots. This resource also allows voters to compare candidates and make a ballot plan for the June election.
- Get to know your district using THE CITY’s new tool, created for voters in New York City. Not only will it tell you who represents you now, who’s running, and how your district has changed, but it also provides insights about the neighbors who will be voting with you in the newly drawn City Council boundaries.