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.
NY1 reports that Board of Elections will do a recount to determine whether De Blasio got 40%— Dan Amira (@DanAmira) September 11, 2013
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."
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.
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.
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
.@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
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.
Reporter with NBC Ch4, Shimon Prokupecz, says Weiner gave him the finger from car as he drove away.— Ruby Cramer (@rubycramer) 4 years ago
GOP mayoral nomination called for Joe Lhota, beating out rivals John Catsimatidis and George McDonald.
"We had the best ideas. Sadly, I was an imperfect messenger" - @anthonyweiner conceding— Nick Corasaniti (@NYTnickc) 2 years ago
Anthony Weiner says his family is with him. He's speaking alone on the stage though.— Mara Gay (@MaraGay) 4 years ago
Weiner conceding.— Nick Confessore (@nickconfessore) 2 years ago
Squadron leading Tish James right now by NINE votes, with 45 % of vote in. So close! http://t.co/m8EVYFOLRf— laura (@nahmias) September 11, 2013
Even anti-Quinn gays were telling me she'd get 60% of gay vote. For her to only pull out 39% (as exit poll says), is astounding. #NYC2013— Mike Signorile (@MSignorile) September 11, 2013
6% of precincts are now reporting, and de Blasio is *under* 40% in each of the 5 boroughs.— Taniel (@Taniel) 5 years ago
Stu Applebaum acknowledges that Quinn may have benefited from stressing the historic aspects of her candidacy more— Jill Colvin (@colvinj) 4 years ago
Bill Thompson's campaign manager is explaining why nobody knows who Thompson is even though he's been around forever.— Josh Barro (@jbarro) 5 years ago
De Blasio leads in virtually every demographic cut of NYC electorate, according to exit polls. http://t.co/KeELJ0yQ9W— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) September 11, 2013
JUST IN: More exit polls just came in from afternoon: Trend holds: de Blasio still 43, Thompson 25, and Quinn 18. #nyc2013— carolynryan (@carolynryan) September 11, 2013
At de Blasio watch party, everyone goes quiet to listen to Obama's Syria speech. http://t.co/HOcGBUlrNp— Jason Horowitz (@jasondhorowitz) 3 years ago
BREAKING: Bill de Blasio 43, Thompson 23, and Quinn 18 in exit polls. #nyc2013— carolynryan (@carolynryan) 5 years ago
Tick, tock. Polls just about to close. At which point there will be a whole bunch of new info coming in @WNYC @datanews— Andrea Bernstein (@AndreaWNYC) 4 years ago
Playing at de Blasio hq - Springsteen anti-wealth anthem "We Take Care of Our Own"— maggie haberman (@maggiepolitico) 3 years ago
.@BillThompsonNYC is expected to arrive at election party at 11 pm. #nyc2013— Azi Paybarah (@Azi) 5 years ago
Sydney Leathers is en route to Anthony Weiner's victory party to meet her former sexting pal for the first time.— Mara Gay (@MaraGay) September 10, 2013