Election Day

Don’t forget to vote today.

Polls in New York City are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Visit the New York City Board of Elections Poll Site Locator to find out where to vote.

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Election Results Open Thread

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The polls are closed! The results of all the citywide and boroughwide races were never really in doubt, unless Charles Hynes pulls off a shocker in the Brooklyn DA race. Only three out of 51 City Council races were thought to be competitive. This is why you’ve gotta vote in the primary. We’ll have an […]

NY1 Poll: How do You Want Your Legislator to Vote?

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Beneath an ad banner hawking the BMW X5 sports ute ("with an optional third row seat!"), the NY1 web site is running a congestion pricing Snap Poll that asks, "How would like your state lawmakers to vote on congestion pricing?" Vote right here. Also Partnership for New York president Kathy Wylde is on NY1 tonight […]

Election Predictions and Returns: Discuss!

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Despite the number of important races to be decided today, signs point to an abysmally low voter turnout. Like many who have reported in, when I voted at around 2:00 this afternoon there was no wait time at my polling place, Good Shepherd Church on Cooper Street in Inwood. Of course, a low turnout makes […]

Election Open Thread: How Was Your Trip to the Polls?

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The gloves are off in District 10 It’s finally here: primary day, with a slew of key races to be decided before the polls close at 9:00 tonight. I’ll be going out to vote a little later, but things are already getting interesting here in Upper Manhattan. After tracking megaphone-wielding candidate caravans over the weekend, […]

Election Day Open Thread: How Busy Was Your Polling Place?

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A campaign prop courtesy of Republican City Council candidate Joe Nardiello, spied on windshields in Brooklyn’s 39th district. Photo: Sarah Goodyear. It’s Election Day, and everyone seems to agree that when all is said and done, turnout will be shamefully low. So forget about the Marist poll, the Q poll, and the internal campaign polls. […]