Request An Absentee Ballot For Primary Day June 23 & Volunteer

As you may have heard, Governor Cuomo has made a series of changes that will impact this year’s primary elections. In an executive order, he has cancelled the special elections for Queens Borough President, and the 31st Assembly District.

The Governor has mandated, through executive order, that the state Board of Elections mail all registered voters a postage-paid absentee ballot application. While poll sites will remain open, an absentee ballot offers everyone the safest way to vote during the coronavirus pandemic. 

The Board of Elections plan is to mail these applications out by the middle of this month, but you can proactively request your ballot online by clicking here.

Applicants must select “temporary illness” as the reason for the request. If you are quarantining away from your home, this gives you the opportunity to provide an address where you want your ballot sent. 

So, let’s get out the vote this Primary Day June 23! Apply for your ballot online or fill out the application you receive by USPS mail. If you have questions, please contact the DC 37 Political Action Dept. at 212-815-1550.

VOLUNTEER: The union also needs retirees to volunteer to make calls from home to help get out the vote on Primary Day. Click the link below for details. If you are interested, please call the DC 37 Political Action Dept. at 212-815-1550.

VOTE: Click on the links below for a list of union-endorsed candidates.