If you are a registered Democrat, then you are eligible to vote in the upcoming primary on Tuesday, June 26. Polls are open from noon to 9 p.m. We will be voting for the person we would like to represent us in the general election in November for the United States Congress, replacing Louise Slaughter. That race is the only one on the ballot. It’s important that we turn out for the primary on the 26th. Let’s let our voices be heard and serve notice that we are a force to be reckoned with in November.
Voter registration for the June 26th primary has closed, but you can apply by mail for an absentee ballot until Tuesday, June 19, and you can apply in person for an absentee ballot until Monday, June 25.
Not sure if you’re registered, want to find out where your polling place is, or want to see a sample ballot, then use this Web site to check:
Just fill in the required information, and you will see your polling place and a tab to view your ballot.
The only race on the June ballot is the primary for the Democratic candidate for the general election in November for U.S. Congress. The primary election for state and local offices is September 13.
The candidates and their Web sites (listed in alphabetical order) are:
Rachel Barnhart http://rachel2018.com
Adam McFadden https://www.mcfaddenforcongress.com
Joseph Morelle https://www.votemorelle.com
Robin Wilt https://www.wiltforcongress.com
For more information about the candidates, you can visit their Web sites; visit the Web site of the League of Women Voters (they offer information about each of the candidates, as supplied by the candidates themselves) at https://lwvny.civicengine.com ; or check local news for information.