New York voter registration forms are available at the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Board of Elections, and other state agencies. You can also find voter registration forms at city agencies, including probation offices and city correctional facilities. Voter registration forms are also posted online by the state Board of Elections, and will be sent to you if you sign up for the mailing list through the state Board of Elections, or call their toll-free hotline. If you are in jail but still eligible to vote, you must fill out an application for an absentee ballot, which should be available at the jail in which you are incarcerated.
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