Rank up to Five Candidates
The primary election on June 22 will use Ranked Choice Voting. That means you can rank up to five candidates for each city office, instead of choosing just one. Use this page to help decide how you want to rank the candidates on your ballot. Keep a copy of your list for each office, so you’re ready when it’s time to vote!
Remember: your actual ballot will look like a grid, not a list. To practice filling out a Ranked Choice ballot, visit our practice ballot.
Rank the Candidates
You may vote in the party primary for which you are registered. Visit the BOE to check your party registration. Only parties holding primary elections are listed.
This is a Ranked Choice Election
Starting this year, NYC will use Ranked Choice Voting in primary elections for city offices. With Ranked Choice Voting, you can rank up to five candidates in order of preference instead of choosing just one.