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Early voting for 2021 NYC Primaries begins June 12, and for the first time, New York City voters will use Ranked Choice Voting in an election. Below are some important dates, and some resources that explain Ranked Choice Voting (RCV), explain the rationale behind RCV, detail where your polling location is for early voting, point you to the online request for an absentee ballot, and provide City Council candidate answers to questions concerning issues related to aging in NYC.

Ranked Choice Voting videohow it works

Request an Absentee Ballotclink here

Ranked Choice Voting explanation from Vote NYCclick here

Practice Ballot, Meet-the-Candidates, Voter Trainingclick here

Why Ranked Choice Voting? An article form Columbia Universityclick here

Find your polling site/early-voting site (or double-check) – click here

LIVEON’S City Council Candidate Survey

Available at Live-On’s website at:  You can click on your district to see the candidates’ responses to 10 crucial questions related to their vision for aging in New York City. 

Village Preservation’s 2021 NYC Election Guideclick here

Early voting dates: 

  • June 12-20

Absentee ballot request deadline:

  • June 15

Mail in your absentee ballot by:

  • June 22

Primary Election Day: 

  • June 22

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