Resource posted by: League of Women Voters of the City of New York
Created on: June 21, 2012
"Voters, especially first-time voters and those who are not familiar with New York City's ballot marking voting machines need simple tools to help them navigate the voting process. 'Where do I vote?' and 'When can I vote?' are two of the most common questions that election officials and League volunteers hear," according to Ms. Urban. The answers to these questions can be found on lwvnyc.org.
"League members are rolling up their sleeves and doing the hands-on work to engage voters and to ensure that everyone who is eligible has the opportunity to vote this election. For more than 90 years, League members have worked to break down the barriers to voting - and this election season is no different," said Ms. Urban. "We want to engage all New Yorkers in the political process."
"The League's online voter guide VOTE411.org is another resource for voters that will serve as a one-stop shop where voters will find all of the necessary information for voting, and the candidates."
To join, or for more information about the League of Women Voters of the City of New York, please visit lwvnyc.org. And as always, we provide a telephone information service Monday through Friday 9:30 AM - 4:00PM for New Yorkers who do not have access to the internet. Call 212-725-3541.
The June 26, 2012 Primary Election Voter Guide is available on lwvnyc.org.