a sacred act that protects all that you value!
We praise You, Eternal God, Sovereign of the universe, who calls us to holiness and commands us to pursue tzedek (justice).

Here is how to make your voice heard — decide how you will vote:

  1. Vote in person during the nine early voting days: Saturday, October 24 to Sunday, November 1
  2. Vote in person on Election Day: Tuesday, November 3
  3. Vote by Absentee Ballot (postmark it by November 3 or return it by hand to a County Board of Elections office)


If you have questions or need assistance, use these helpful resources below, either by phone or email.

…And Consider Ways to Help Others Vote!

For information on becoming a POLL WORKER visit the New York City Board of Elections

Center for Common Ground, Reclaim Our Vote project works to inform and mobilize voters of color to make sure they are registered, know how to get a ballot and vote.  It is a nonpartisan campaign of the nonprofit 501(c)3 Center for Common Ground.

Your Vote Matters! Our democracy won’t work without you!