N.Y. Election Law Section 13-104
Special provisions as to the time for holding a primary election in the city of New York in the year nineteen hundred eighty-one


Notwithstanding any inconsistent provision of this chapter, the times fixed for the annual primary election for the city of New York for all judges of the civil court elected from municipal court districts and for delegates and alternate delegates to judicial district conventions and certain proceedings relating thereto shall be as follows:

1.

The first day for signing designating petitions for primary elections shall be the sixteenth day of June.

2.

The first day to sign petitions for opportunity to ballot in primary elections without naming a candidate shall be the seventh day of July.

3.

The primary election shall be held on the twenty-second day of September.

4.

A judicial district convention for nominating candidates for public office shall be held not earlier than the twenty-second day of September nor later than the sixth day of October.

5.

A certificate of party nomination made at a judicial district convention for an office to be filled at the general election shall be filed not later than the seventh day of October.

6.

A certificate of acceptance or declination, whenever required, of a party nomination made at a judicial district convention, for an office to be filled at the general election shall be filed not later than the ninth day of October.

7.

A certificate to fill a vacancy caused by declination of a party nomination made at judicial district convention for an office to be filled at the general election shall be filed not later than the thirteenth day of October. * NB Expired December 31, 1981

Source: Section 13-104 — Special provisions as to the time for holding a primary election in the city of New York in the year nineteen hundred eighty-one, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/ELN/13-104 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Jun. 22, 2024).

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