ELECTION & BALLOT INFORMATION



November 2018 Voter Guide
2018본선거 후보와 유권자 안내서
2018候选者和投票者信息指南

 

Who are my elected officials? / 거주지 선출직 공직자 확인 / 谁是我们的候选人?

www.mygovnyc.org

 

Am I registered to vote? / 유권자 등록 확인 / 我是否为注册选民?

www.voterlookup.elections.state.ny.us

 

Where do I go to vote? / 투표소 찾기 / 我去哪里投票?

www.nycpollsitelocator.com

 

Board of Elections Hotline / 뉴욕시 선거관리위원회 핫라인 / 纽约市选举委员会热线

1-866-868-3692

 

Candidate Facesheets

 

 

 

NYC Ballot Measures by City Charter Revision Commission

 

 

The National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance (NQAPIA) Voter Guide
미전국 성소수자 아시아 태평양 연합 대통령선거 유권자 안내서
全美酷兒亞太裔聯盟總裁選民指南

 

 

September 2018 Democratic Primary Candidate Survey for Governor

APA Voice conducted a candidate survey for the candidates running for the Democratic nomination for Governor of New York. There are nearly 2 million Asian Americans living in New York State, and it is important they stay informed on the candidates running to represent them. The primary election will be September 13, 2018 and all registered Democrats will be able to vote.

View the candidate survey:

August 2018 Voter Guide

APA VOICE created and mailed a new voter guide to inform voters about what positions are being filled in the upcoming Primary Election as well as the election cycle.

View the fall mailer:

June 2018 Federal Candidate Surveys

APA VOICE conducted a candidate survey for candidates in the 5th , 12th , and 14th Congressional Districts in preparation for the Tuesday, June 26 New York Federal Primaries. APA VOICE is a strictly non-partisan, pan-Asian coalition of 19 civic engagement organizations in the Asian Pacific American community and conducted the survey this month in an effort to increase voter awareness on topics relevant to the Asian Pacific American community.

According to research by the Pew Research Center, Asian American voters have the worst turnout of all ethnic groups nationwide at an estimated 47 percent. According to the Census, turnout amount Asian American groups during the 2014 midterm elections was just 27 percent. The survey is available in English, Korean, Chinese, and Bengali and can play a critical role in educating Asian Pacific American voters about candidates running in the primary election. Because of lopsided party registration numbers, the primary elections are sometimes regarded as the “real” election in New York City, and it is important for the Asian Pacific American community members to stay informed about the candidates.

The survey, which was distributed to all candidates of the 5th , 12th , and 14th Congressional Districts, posed a set of five questions on education, gun control, healthcare, immigration, and the 2020 Census in an effort to fully capture the positions of each candidate and his or her platform. All candidates were limited to 120 words per answer.

View the candidate surveys:

 

June 2018 Election Map

 

April 2018 Voter Guide

We made a voter guide and distributed it to approximately 15,000 voters in New York City! The guide is available in EnglishKoreanChineseBengali, and Nepali.