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Where to Vote

Polling places are open 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM.

You can vote ONLY at your designated polling place. Make sure you are at the correct polling site and Election District (E.D.) for your address.

Find Your Poll Site

You can also call the Voter Phone Bank at 1-866-VOTE-NYC (1-866-868-3692) or e-mail your complete home address to and we'll e-mail your polling place location back to you. Please write the name of your borough in the subject line.


99% of all city polling sites are now barrier free, however, problems remain at some sites. If your site is inaccessible, call your local Borough office for information.

What to Expect

To vote, go to the polling place indicated on your voter registration card. Election officials will look up your address to ensure you are at the right location. After you sign your name on the listing of registered voters, a poll worker will give you a voter card, ballot, and privacy sleeve and direct you to a privacy booth or Ballot Marking Device to mark your ballot.

If You Need Assistance

You may be assisted by any person of your choice, including a trained poll worker, except your employer or union representative, if:

  • You cannot read.
  • You cannot see the names printed.
  • You do not speak English and need an interpreter (interpreters are available at some sites).

The poll site voting system also includes a ballot marking device (BMD), an electronic device that assists voters in marking a paper ballot. It helps all voters, including voters with disabilities, to vote privately and independently at their poll site. Click here to learn more.