LOOK UP YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS
- In New York City, you have six local elected officials. Three are citywide: the mayor (Bill De Blasio), comptroller (Scott Stringer), and public advocate (Letitia James). Who your other three elected officials are -- borough president, district attorney, City Council representative -- will differ according to where you live in NYC. To identify your elected officials, type in your address here and a map will come up. To right of the map right you'll see a box like the one below. Scroll down -- use the outer scroll bar -- to find “Elected Official Information." Click this. In the box that comes up, you'll find all your local elected officials. Click through the tabs to find your state & federal ones.