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Voter Registration Information

The Office of AccessABILITY is a New York State Agency-Based Voter Registration Site, where students with disabilities are offered information, voter registration application forms and the opportunity to register to vote.

We will be glad to help you fill out the form, or help you register through CUNYFirst. There is no obligation to register to vote and your decision will have no effect on the services we offer you.

Additional Ways to Register

  1. You can register to vote, or update your registration, online, in person, or by mail.
  2. The Board of Elections must receive your new or updated registration at least 25 days before the next election for it to be effective for that election.
  3. If you registered to vote in the past, and you have changed your political party, your name, or your home address, you will need to submit an updated registration form. You will also need to re-register if you have been in prison for a felony.

Forms and Resources

Accessible Voter Registration Forms

After you complete the form, you need to print it, sign and date it, and mail the form to your county board of elections.

 


Get Paid for Serving Your Community -
Be Part of the Electoral Process!


To ensure that voters are comfortable and confident while voting, the Board of Elections is enlisting your support, and encourages you to become a poll worker on Primary Day or Election Day. In addition, the Board is also recruiting bilingual residents fluent in Spanish, Chinese or Korean to serve as paid interpreters on these days.

Who Can Become a Poll Worker?
You must meet all of the following criteria:

  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Be a registered voter residing in New York City
  • Be a registered member of the Democratic or Republican Party
  • Successfully complete the poll worker training program and pass the exam
  • Be willing to travel within your borough to your assigned poll site
  • Be able to work on Primary Day and/or Election Day

Who Can Become an Interpreter?
You must meet all of the following criteria:

  • Be 18 years of age or older
  • Be a resident of New York City
  • Be fluent in English and the identified language
  • Successfully complete the interpreter training program and pass exam
  • Be willing to travel within your borough to your assigned poll site
  • Be able to work on Primary Day and/or Election Day

To apply to be a poll worker or interpreter, follow these easy steps:

  1. Visit Vote NYC website to download an application or call 866 VOTE-NYC (866.868.3692), TTY 212.487.5496 for an application
  2. Read the requirements carefully
  3. Complete the application
  4. Return it to the Board of Elections office in the borough of your residence.

For more information regarding upcoming poll worker training sessions or interpreter opportunities, call 866 VOTE-NYC, 866.868.3692, TTY 212.487.5496; or visit the Vote NYC website or their facebook page.

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