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Register to Vote

Making our voices heard in City Hall, Albany and Washington, D.C.

Your right to vote is your VOICE! By voting, you are expressing to your elected officials the goals and desires you have for yourself, your family and your union. If you choose not to vote, you are giving someone else the right to speak for you.

"There is nothing more important to ensuring a strong union than the political empowerment of its members. Political power improves the quality of our members' lives and also helps in our contract negotiations."

— Henry Garrido
Executive Director

We urge you to register to vote and make your voice heard on Election Day.

District Council 37 has a continuous voter registration program. Links to the voter registration form below are provided as part of this DC 37 effort to register eligible voters all year long. Please share the form with friends, family, neighbors and co-workers. Urge them to register today! Check out the list of Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

  • If you are already registered to vote: Fill out the small portion of the form and return it to DC 37.
  • If you are not registered to vote or need to reregister: Fill out the large official registration form.
  • If you have moved since the last election: you need to re-register in order to be eligible to vote in the upcoming Primary or General election.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Download and print the voter registration form (PDF format)*


ABSENTEE VOTING

Registered voters who cannot make it to the polls on Election Day because of occupation, business, studies, travel, imprisonment (other than a convicted felon), illness, disability and hospitalization or resident in a long term care facility, may vote by absentee ballot. For details from the New York City Board of Elections, click here.




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