Making Democracy Work

AN INTER-LEAGUE ORGANIZATION OF NASSAU COUNTY

The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Call us at 1-516-431-1628 for more information.
As a citizen (age 18 or older) you have the right and responsibility to vote in elections. Educate yourself on the candidates and issues.

PRIMARY ELECTION - TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2017

DEADLINES FOR VOTING IN PRIMARY ELECTION

  • Register to Vote by mail or in person by August 18, 2017
  • If you will be out of your county, or are physically unable to get to the polling place, you may request an absentee ballot from your County Board of Elections.
  • Nassau County (516) 571-2858 nassauvotes.com
  • Suffolk County (631) 852-4500 suffolkvotes.com
  • New York City (212) 487-5300 vote.nyc.ny.us (for all 5 boroughs)

  • ABSENTEE VOTING DEADLINES

  • Request Absentee Ballot application by mail by Sept. 5 Request Absentee Ballot application in person by Sept. 11
  • Absentee Ballot must be postmarked by Sept. 11 or returned in person to your Board of Elections by Sep. 12 Only enrolled members of a party can vote in that party's primary election.

  • Registered voters may vote for any candidate of any party on Election Day Tuesday, November 7, 2017

    Convention-Land, New Yorkers' Road Map to the Constitutional Convention

    Convention-Land, New Yorkers' Road Map to the Constitutional Convention, Written by Blair Horner and Erin Marulli of the New York Public Interest Research Group Fund and Sally Robinson of the League of Women Voters of New York State. Available for download at http://www.nypirg.org.