US Elections ~ New York
Directory of New York elections. New York candidates for Governor, state reps and Congress (Senators / House of Representatives). NY primary and election races. Voting info. Political parties. State election office.
Election, Primary & Caucus Dates:
Federal Office Primary: TBD
State Office Primary: TBD
For eligibility & identification requirements, dates, deadlines, voting materials, contact info and more: [ click here ].
All important election dates & deadlines for voters: [ click here ].
Poll Opening & Closing Times:
In the state of New York, for primary elections, polling places will open at 6:00 AM and close at 9:00 PM Eastern Time in New York City as well as in the counties of Nassau, Suffolk, Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Putnam and Erie. Polling places will open at noon and close at 9:00 PM in all other counties. For general elections, polling places will open at 6:00 AM and close at 9:00 PM in the entire state.
Next State Constitutional Officer Elections in 2022.
New York State Legislature:
New York State Legislature
New York has 63 State Senate members: 30 (Democrats), 31 (Republicans), 2 (Vacant).
Length of term: 2 years.
New York has 150 State House members: 106 (Democrats), 43 (Republicans), 1 (Vacant).
Length of term: 2 years
2019 | On Your Ballot:
See the 2019 New York Races, Court Judges & Ballot Measures you will be voting on: [ click here ].
- Includes all your federal, state and local races.
NOTE: Type in your address, then click "Check My Races." This will list everything to appear on your ballot this year.
(Terms are 6 years in length)
U.S. House Of Representatives:
(Terms are 2 years in length)
(D) = Democrat - (R) = Republican - (C) = Conservative - (CNST) = Constitution
(G) = Green - (IP) = Independence Party - (I) = Independent/No Party - (Ind) - Independent
(LIBT) = Libertarian (LAJ) = Life & Justice - (RDH) = Rent is Too Damn High - (RTL) = Right to Life
(SWP) = Socialist Workers - (SCC) = Stop Common Core - (TR) = Tax Revolt
(WEP) = Women's Equality - (WF) = Working Families
2nd District Candidates:
3rd District Candidates:
Jose Serrano (D)
Has been in office since: 1973
23rd District Candidates:
27rd District Candidates:
New York Election Office:
State Board of Elections
(Get voter registration & information. Polling places and times. Absentee voting. Ballot measures. District maps. Election FAQ.)
New York Political Parties:
Conservative Party of New York State
Constitution Party of New York
New York State Democratic Party
Green Party of New York State
Independence Party of New York
Liberal Party of New York
Libertarian Party of New York
New York Reform Party
Rent Is Too Damn High Party
New York State Republican Party
New York Right To Life Party
Socialist Party of New York
Socialist Workers Party of New York
Working Families Party
Find Your Home Town | Localized New York Election Information:
Find Your Home Town: Cities, Towns and County Directory
Election Races: Who's In. Who's Out.
- VOTING has begun! Check your state for details... October 22, 2018
- CONNECTICUT District 2: Dan Postemski (R) is abandoning his run vs Congressman Joe Courtney (D); says the Republican Party was not providing him any real help for his race. October 8, 2018
- MISSISSIPPI: Jim Hood (D) will enter open 2019 gubernatorial race. October 8, 2018
- SUPREME COURT: Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court by a Senate vote of 50-48. October 6, 2018
- FLORIDA District 17: Democrat candidate April Freeman (D) died on Sunday night at the age of 54, according to her family. September 24, 2018
- VIRGINIA: Winsome Sears (R) launches write-in run for US Senate. September 24, 2018
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