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Vote for our Families and for our Country

New York Primary Election 2018

The New York Primary Election is Thursday, September 13, 2018.

Primaries decide who will run for the major political parties. Many think primaries are not important, but they are. Many political districts have been gerrymandered (rigged) so that one party or the other almost always wins. In this situation, the Primary is the main vote because whoever wins the Primary will win the General Election.

General Election 2018

The General Election is Tuesday, November 6, 2018.

The last day to register to vote in the General Election is Tuesday, October 9, 2018.

This election is very important because our country now has an unstable president. Congress is supposed to be a check on this type of character, but the Republicans who control congress have fallen under Trump’s spell and failed even to follow their own stated policies.

I don’t automatically believe that we should vote for one party or another. Party politics are corrupt. Given enough time, both Democrats and Republicans become corrupted.

However, it is important that we vote Democrats into power in at least one of the houses of Congress, the House of Representatives or the Senate.

Democrats will then provide a reasonable check against President Trump’s worst impulses.

What Happened to America in Election 2016?

The entire country expected Latinos to play an important role in the 2016 elections.

We did, only didn’t vote.

So we got racists like Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions running our government, Republicans trying to take away health care, open hatred like the White Supremacist Charlottesville, and throwing paper towels to victims of Hurricane Maria.

Now some of our friends and family are disappearing. Families are being torn apart just to be mean. This used to happen under dictatorships. Now it’s happening in the United States.

Basically, if we don’t vote, our rights are taken away. And we have no one to blame but ourselves.

It’s simple, just register to vote and show up on election day.

We must Teach our Children to Vote

Some of us can’t vote because we are not citizens.

Even if you can’t vote, you can teach your children. They are citizens. Teach them that voting matters and how it works. Follow the election with them.

Register to Vote

In New York City, you can register to vote online, by mail, or in person.

Register to vote online at vote.nyc.ny.us

Register to vote by mail by getting a New York Voter Registration Form in English or Spanish and mailing it to your Board of Elections.

Register to vote in person at a NY County Board of Elections location or other voter registration center.

Board of Elections for the Five Boroughs


New York County Board of Elections
200 Varick St, New York, NY 10014
10th Floor
(Hudson Square/SoHo)

(212) 886-2100


Kings County Board of Elections
345 Adams Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
4th Floor

(718) 797-8800

The Bronx

Bronx County Board of Elections
1780 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10457
5th Floor

(718) 299-9017


Queens County Board of Elections
118-35 Queens Boulevard, Forest Hills, NY 11375

(718) 730-6730

Staten Island

Richmond County Board of Elections
1 Edgewater Plaza, Staten Island, NY 10305
4th Floor

(718) 876-0079

More Information

Get complete information at www.dmv.org


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