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Everything you need to know about voting in the NYC primary

It’s Primary Day tomorrow, and many races for New York City public office are neck and neck. We hope you’re planning to vote! This is definitely a race where just one vote could make the difference.

Not sure where to vote? Can’t remember if you registered? Here are answers to all the logistical questions about voting in New York.

(So now you really don’t have any excuse not to vote. Right?)

Find Your Polling Place

Visit this website, put in your information, and it’ll tell you your polling place. It’s that easy.

Are You Registered?

Young voter? Just moved here? Need to change your address? Visit this website to see if you’re registered; if you’re not, you must register by October 11 in order to vote in the general election. Register to vote by mailing in this form.

Learn About the Candidates

Freelancers Union has interviewed many of the candidates for NYC public office, so that we could let our members know which candidates will fight for freelancer issues in office. Check out the responses on our blog.

If you want to see a full list of Democratic and Republican candidates for Mayor, Comptroller, Public Advocate, Borough President, and City Council, visit Decide NYC. They have a very thorough, neutral description of all the candidates.

Freelancers Union has endorsed Dan Squadron for Public Advocate. Find out why we endorsed him here.

We’ll see you at the polls tomorrow.

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