With no statewide or national races on the ballot, New York voters will head to the polls this year to voice their choice on candidates and issues with the most direct impacts on their daily lives. 

Early voting in New York starts on Oct. 23 and runs through Oct. 31. Election Day is Nov. 2.

Below, you'll find important links and resources, county by county, to help you make informed decisions when you fill out your ballot.

Click on your county, and you will be taken directly to a sample ballot, where available. 

There are also five ballot questions that voters will be asked to weigh.