There are many places to find information and ways to get involved in the election.
- League of Women Voters: The League is a non-profit organization that engages in a number of activities around voting, from education to registering people to vote and more.
- Rock the Vote: Started in 1990 Rock The Vote is a non-profit dedicated to getting young people to vote and participate in the electoral process.
- Volunteer Match: This is a site dedicated to helping people find opportunities to volunteer.
- Opportunities to volunteer related to politics in NYC:
- Become a Poll Worker
Voter Information and Education
Official and well-known, non-partisan sources to go to get information on the election.
- New York State Board of Elections: This is an official NYS agency that is tasked with enacting and enforcing all laws related to elections in New York State.
- New York City Board of Elections: vote.nyc.ny.us The NYC BOE is the City's version of the state board and is responsible for running elections in the City.
- Poll Site Locator: created by the NYC BOE this gives information on where to vote and what districs you're in.
- New York City Campaign Finance Board:. The CFB is an NYC agency that is non-partisan and helps make campaign finance more fair by matching small donor contributions and providing information about campaign finance.
- Federal Voting Assistance Project:. FVAP is a federal program charged with helping military and US citizens get the tools and information to vote.
- Vote 411: is created by the League of Women Voters to give out non-partisan information on how to vote.