It’s been a confusing time for voters amid the redistricting process that resulted in the state scheduling two separate primary elections this summer.
The first primary for Assembly and statewide offices — including the races for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, comptroller, and U.S. Senate — will take place on June 28.
But a decision by an upstate judge moved congressional and state Senate primaries from June 28 to Aug. 23 so a court-appointed special master could redraw the Democratic-drawn maps based on the 2020 Census.
The state’s highest court, the Court of Appeals, rejected the original maps.
The general election remains on Nov. 8.
See NY1’s voting guide for more information on when, where, and how to vote.
New York will have two different primary election dates this cycle. Are you confused about when you need to cast your ballots? @emilyngo is here to break it down. pic.twitter.com/4lVU546l01— Spectrum News NY1 (@NY1) June 13, 2022