NYC 2023 Elections Are Here. Get to Know Your City Council District Before You Vote.

Who represents you and who wants the job? How has your district changed? And who are the neighbors voting with you?

108 days until early voting starts Oct 28 - Nov 5
118 days until election day Nov 7

New Yorkers will head to the polls this fall to solidify a new City Council. The November general election follows the city’s June primaries where every one of New York’s 51 City Council seats was up for grabs — in newly redrawn districts.

In the city’s latest maps, some districts are almost unrecognizable, while others may have lost an airport, or gained a large housing complex full of voting-age adults.

This year, voters will get the chance to pick a new representative in the Council, or reelect incumbents serving shortened two-year terms.

To help you understand your local district and the election, we’ve created this guide, which will give you key information about your district’s candidates, demographics, and voting patterns.

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