Election Open Thread: How Was Your Trip to the Polls?
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, a neighborhood noise monitor last night launched an eleventh-hour write-in campaign in City Council District 10. His platform is an enticing one — "if elected I’ll confiscate and crush any car in #wahi blasting music" — but we’ll have to wait for early returns to see if the message takes hold.
City Room is tracking today’s action. So far, looks like turnout is low on the Upper East Side, while Eric Gioia and his lucky tie are picking up early votes from his home district in Queens.
Been to your polling place yet? Tell us about it.