To make a better world, we need to take action in the streets, online and at the polls. It's time to get yourself to the voting booth! There are several ways to do that for this month’s primary:
- Early Voting - You don’t have to wait until the June 23 Primary to vote. You can vote early at certain polling sites in your NYC neighborhood, in Westchester and in Nassau.
- Election Day – June 23 is Primary Day and your last chance to get out and vote at your assigned poll site. Also, as part of PSC’s #CUNYSummerofStruggle sign up here to participate in PSC Day of Action on June 23 at 5:00.
- Absentee Ballots – The application for absentee ballots included a check-off for COVID-19 to minimize the number of voters headed to the polls. If you returned a request for an absentee ballot to the Board of Elections by June 16, you can vote by mail. Don’t forget to mail your absentee ballot! An absentee ballot must be postmarked by Election Day and must reach the Board of Elections no more than 7 days after the election to be counted.
Before heading to the polls, check out the list of endorsements from the PSC's statewide affiliate, NYSUT. At PSC we’re looking forward to 2021 New York City elections where we have a strong voice in supporting the best candidates for PSC and CUNY for every position from citywide elected offices to Borough Presidents to Council Members. To learn more about how to join those efforts, reach out to Tiffany (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Bettina (email@example.com) in the legislative department.
And finally but not least, we need everyone to fill out their census forms. CUNY budgets and future elections are shaped by who is counted.