[from the left; Shirley (Board of Election), Ye Jun Hahn intern, Changwoo Park intern.]

On June 1st, 2012, Korean American Civic Empowerment (KACE) visited Queens Board of Elections and delivered 49 voter registration forms that KACE interns received over the past month. 2012 is a very important year for voters. Voters in New York will vote for their Senator, Congressperson, State Senator, State Assembly person, and the President. In order to participate in upcoming NYS congressional primary election on June 26th, voter registration forms with postal mark have to arrive at Board of Election before June 1st.

Voters who live in NYC but did not change their address can change their address on date of election at new address’ poll site and they can vote using AFFIDAVIT BALLOT. Then it will automatically change the address for you.

Any question about poll site location or voter registration search, please visit www.kace.org and on right hand corner, click ‘Quick Link’ for information.

On this day, Chae No (coordinator), Ye Jun Hahn (intern) and Changwoo Park (intern) went to the Board of Election.

KOREAN AMERICAN CIVIC EMPOWERMENT
NEW YORK OFFICE: 163-10 NORTHERN BLVD. #307 FLUSHING, NY 11358 TEL: (718) 961-4117 FAX: (718) 961-4603
NEW JERSEY OFFICE: 185 BRIDGE PLAZA N SUITE 306 FORT LEE, NJ 07024 TEL: (201) 488-4201