New York State
Voter Bill of Rights
1. You have the right to cast a ballot if you are a valid registered voter. You have the right to cast an affidavit ballot if your name is not listed on the voting rolls. 2. Newly registered voters, who do not bring proper identification, have a right to vote using affidavit ballots.
3. You have the right to cast a ballot if you are present and in line at the polling place prior to 9 p.m.
4. You have the right to cast a ballot free from intimidation.
5. You have the right to receive assistance in casting your ballot, if you are unable to vote without assistance.
6. You have the right to election materials in another language, if there are sufficient residents in your precinct to warrant production.
7. Before entering the voting booth, you have the right to ask questions about election procedures and observe the election process.
8. You have the right to observe the election process. However, you do not have the right to disrupt the process.
9. You have the right to report any illegal or fraudulent activity to the Board of Elections.