Tuesday, February 13 — Special Election in the Bronx Assembly District 77

Voters in the Bronx will head to the polls on Tuesday to cast their ballots in special elections to fill a vacant state Assembly seat in the West Bronx — which covers Claremont, Concourse, Highbridge, Mount Eden and Morris Heights.

Landon Dais is the Democratic candidate in the race and Norman McGill is the Republican candidate, according to the city’s Board of Elections. And community leader Mohammed Mardah is running a write-in campaign.

Special Election Day is Tuesday, February 13, 2024. Polls are open from 6am to 9pm.

The Office of NY Attorney General Leticia James reminds Bronx voters that the following actions are prohibited under New York state law:

  • Requiring an individual to show photo ID to vote;
  • State and local employees interfering with or affecting the election;
  • Open carry of handguns, or the possession of machine guns and loaded or unloaded assault weapons, as well as the use of firearms or other dangerous instruments to intimidate or harass;
  • A member of the United States armed forces preventing, or attempting to prevent, a voter from fully exercising their voting rights through force, threat, intimidation, or advice;
  • Groups of people organizing as private militias without permission from the state; and
  • Invading the privacy of a voting booth used by a voter.

Bronx voters who observe any illegal conduct are encouraged to contact OAG’s Election Protection Hotline by calling (866) 390-2992, submitting complaints online, or emailing election.hotline@ag.ny.gov.

Any emergencies or incidents involving potentially dangerous conduct should be reported to local law enforcement immediately by calling 911.

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