Tuesday marks the day for New York City's mayoral primary, when registered Democrats and Republicans will cast their ballot along party lines to choose which candidates will face off in the general election.
Where does one go about doing this? While polling places will be open all over the city, it's crucial to remember you're only able to vote at your designated site. These three methods will help you locate that special place:
- Enter your home address into the Board of Election's polling locator.
- If you prefer phone, dial 1-866-VOTE-NYC.
- Email email@example.com and receive a response with the location.
Polling sites will be open from 6a.m. to 9p.m., so squeeze in some time before or after the workday!
For a more thorough guide on how to vote in New York City, check out our guide here.
09/11/2013 12:28 AM EDT
NY1 Reports Democratic Primary Faces A Recount
NY1 reports that Board of Elections will do a recount to determine whether De Blasio got 40%— Dan Amira (@DanAmira) September 11, 2013
09/11/2013 12:01 AM EDT
PHOTO: de Blasio's Children Introduce Their Father
09/10/2013 11:58 PM EDT
de Blasio: 'Thank You, My Fellow Democrats'
An exuberant de Blasio spoke before supporters Tuesday evening, offering "my gratitude" and stating that "I will never forget what you have done...you have made this campaign a cause, and I thank you for elevating it to that level."
09/10/2013 11:56 PM EDT
A Democratic Recount?
With 96 percent of precincts reporting and Bill de Blasio hovering microscopically above the 40 percent threshold needed to secure the Democratic mayoral nomination, it appears that votes are poised for a recount. Bill Thompson has stated that he is not conceding tonight and is reportedly chanting "three more weeks!" with supporters.
09/10/2013 11:40 PM EDT
Christine Quinn Concedes
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn officially conceded the Democratic nomination for mayor in a speech at the Dream Hotel with wife Kim Catullo by her side. For a full list of live results, click here.
09/10/2013 11:37 PM EDT
His Biggest Fan
SCOTT STRINGER!!! This man will classily carry our city's purse like an awesome boyfriend. So happy, and proud of my @audreygelman.— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) September 11, 2013
09/10/2013 11:28 PM EDT
Lhota Blasts De Blasio
.@JoeLhota4Mayor on @deBlasioNYC "Tale of 2 Cities" theme: "Nothing more than class-warfare, an attempt to divide our city"— Emily Ngo (@epngo) 4 years ago
09/10/2013 11:23 PM EDT
Stringer Earns Comptroller Nomination
According to HuffPost's polling data, Scott Stringer has earned the Democratic nomination for New York City comptroller, with 93 percent of precincts reporting. Eliot Spitzer is said to be delivering his concession speech shortly.
09/10/2013 11:07 PM EDT
Weiner Giving The Finger?
Reporter with NBC Ch4, Shimon Prokupecz, says Weiner gave him the finger from car as he drove away.— Ruby Cramer (@rubycramer) 4 years ago
09/10/2013 11:00 PM EDT
Joe Lhota Projected To Win Republican Nomination
GOP mayoral nomination called for Joe Lhota, beating out rivals John Catsimatidis and George McDonald.