Every American has the right to vote. For people with disabilities, there are federal and state laws to ensure that right.
** Are you a person with a disability that voted on November 5th, 2019? **
We want to know about your experience. Please take a few minutes and fill out our anonymous survey.
MOPD Post Election Voter Survey
In order to vote, you must be registered in your borough. You can register to vote by mail or in-person at your local borough office.
List of Board of Elections Enrollment Sites
Board of Elections Printable Registration Form
The following resources are for registered voters in NYC.
On Election Day, you can find where you need to go to cast your ballot by using the Poll Site Locator.
On Election Day if you have any issue with accessibility or casting your ballot, you can contact the Board of Elections headquarters for your borough:
Board of Elections Contact list
If you are unable to make it to the polls on Election Day because of occupation, business, studies, travel, illness, disability, hospitalization or resident in a long-term care facility, you may vote by absentee ballot.
Info on Absentee Voting on Board of Elections Website
If you are a person with a disability that may have difficulty casting a ballot, there are Accessible Ballot Marking Devices that you can use instead.
If you need a Accessible Voting Ballot Marking System
Starting with the 2019 General Election this Fall, New Yorkers will be able to cast their vote for 9 days in advance of Election Day. Voters will be assigned to an early voting poll site in the borough in which they reside.