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Vote!: Ranked choice voting

Find out information about voting

Ranked choice voting

Ranked choice voting is a new way of voting in NYC elections.

In ranked choice voting, you can choose up to five candidates in your preferred order, instead of just voting for one person.

Learn more about how it works:


Also! From the New York Public Library:

We invite you to attend one of our Ranked Choice Voting workshops in partnership with NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials):

March 12, 1–2 PM (Español). Aprende más y regístrate
March 17, 2–3 PM English). Learn more and register.

Upcoming elections in the Bronx!

There are elections coming up in Bronx City Council Districts 11 and 15!

Early Voting Period is March 13, 2021 - March 21, 2021.

Election day is Tuesday, March 23, 2021. Polls are open from 6am to 9pm.

 

  • If you would like to vote in person, you can find out where to go by scrolling down this page about the election until you see "poll sites".

 

  • If you're not sure which district you're in, please use the tool in the map below - enter your street address and borough to find out your district and current City Council member. (And for a quick rundown of what a City Council member actually does, see this short article in Gothamist for an overview.)

Video on ranked choice voting

This clever video by Minnesota Public Radio makes the process even more easy to understand!

Faculty - for your classes

Hostos faculty, are you looking for a way to get your students thinking about ranked choice voting? Please see the worksheet linked below that Prof. Helen Chang created for use with her students. She is sharing it freely for other faculty to use and/or adapt for your own classes.