New York State Board of Elections

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Notice to Voters and Designating Petition Filers For Congress, Senate and Assembly

The Supreme Court has ordered Congressional and State Senate elections to be held Tuesday, August 23rd, 2022. The Court is working to develop a new Political Calendar to reflect this primary date. At this time, we do not foresee the June 28th primary changing for our statewide offices, the State Assembly, Judicial Delegates and Alternates and any local offices that are scheduled to be on the primary ballot. We will continue to keep voters informed as additional information becomes available.

For information on Novel Coronavirus, please visit: https://health.ny.gov/diseases/communicable/coronavirus/.

Voter Information

Proposed Regulation For Comment:

Proposed Amendment to Regulation 6217.6(c) — Voter Identification Verification (pdf pdf 75.6KB)

Proposed Amendment to 6211.6 — Voter History and Prevention of Double Voting (pdf pdf 106KB)

Part 6221.39-6221.46 — NYS Public Campaign Finance Board Draft Enforcement Regulations for Public Comment (pdf pdf 200KB)

Part 6221.38 NYS PCFB — Draft Debate Regulations for Public Comment (pdf pdf 98.9KB)

Part 6221 — NEW YORK STATE PUBLIC CAMPAIGN FINANCE PROGRAM - DRAFT REGULATIONS FOR PUBLIC COMMENT (pdf pdf 254KB)

Part 6217.3 — Review of County Voter Registration Systems Draft Regulation for Public Comment (pdf pdf 140KB)

NYS PCFB Report on Amended Proposed Regulations and Public Comments (pdf pdf 883KB)

Comments can be sent to comments@elections.ny.gov

Calendar of Events

May 2022

This table contains the calendar of events for the New York State Board of Elections for March 2022.
Date Event Additional Information
Wednesday 5/18
12:00 P.M.
SBOE Commissioners Meeting State Board Offices*
40 North Pearl Street
5th Floor
Albany NY 12207
Minutes and Archived Webcasts

* All meetings are webcast live. The NYSBOE provides closed captioning for all meetings open to the public. If you need an additional accommodation, please contact INFO@elections.ny.gov, at least 7 business days before the scheduled board meeting date.



NYS Board of Elections Use of Force Policy

Board of Elections Use of Force Policy (pdf pdf 156KB)