New Yorkers have one more day to register to vote in order to be eligible to vote in the November 7 general elections.
If you’re registering online, applications must be postmarked by October 13 and they must be received by the Board of Elections no later than October. Changes of addresses must be processed by October 18.
If you wish you vote in primaries in 2018 and you need to change your party affiliation, you must do so by tomorrow in order to be eligible to vote in primaries next year.
If you need to register online, or update your enrollment information, click here.
"Voting is essential to democracy, and we urge all New Yorkers to register to vote and make their voices heard,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in a news release. "With more ways to register to vote than ever before, I encourage everyone to ensure your information is up to date so you can participate in the election."
If you’ve been honorably discharged from the military of you’ve become a naturalized citizen after October 13, you have until October 28 to register to vote.
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