Dear Members and Friends of the City College Community:
Thank you to all members of our community who participated in the November 7, 2023 General Election.
New York Election Results:
Register to Vote - Forms and Resources
An accessible version of the New York State Voter Registration Form is available online. Completed forms must be printed, signed, dated, and mailed to the county board of elections.
Who Can Register to Vote?
RANKED CHOICE VOTING [RCV]
Ranked Choice Voting
Ranked Choice Voting (RCV) was first implemented in 2021 when 73.5% of NYC voters selected this system in a 2019 ballot referendum for special and primary elections for Mayor, Comptroller, Public Advocate, City Council and Borough Presidents offices. For the 2023 primary elections, RCV will be the voting system for City Council offices only.
When no candidate in an election for a local office wins more than 50% of the vote:
With this new system, a winning candidate better reflects voters’ preferences because they are able to rank and support multiple candidates.
Visit NYC Campaign Finance Board for more info.
For information on Ranked Choice Voting, please use the following links:
Here are some helpful videos:
Request an Absentee Ballot
New York State Political Parties
CUNY VOTES is a comprehensive, non-partisan initiative whose mission is to promote student voter registration, voter participation and voter awareness through campus-based activities, external partnerships and University-wide campaigns.
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Last Updated: 12/15/2023 14:33