2010 Primaries This Tuesday
Polling places will open at 6:00 a.m. and close at 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 14 for the 2010 general election primary ballots. To vote, you must go to your assigned Election District polling place, which is indicated on your voter registration card, or ask any election official at the polling site to look up your address in the street locator to ensure you are at the right poll site and election district. After you sign your name on the computer listing (poll list) of registered voters, a poll worker will issue you a ballot and direct you to a marking station.
Starting Tuesday the New York City Board of Elections will be implementing a new voting machine process. Voters will mark their choices on a paper ballot using a pen or ballot marking device, and will insert their marked ballot into a scanner.
The scanner will then tabulate the votes after the polls close on Election Day.
The new poll site voting system provides a verifiable paper record and allows all voters, including voters with disabilities, to vote privately and independently at their poll site.
|NYS Attorney General Richard L. Brodsky|
|Eric T. Schneiderman|
|Eric R. Dinallo|
|Kathleen M. Rice|
|United States Senator Kirsten E. Gillibrand|
|(Unexpired Term) Gail Goode|
|NYS State Senate Shirley L. Huntley|
|(Broad Channel) Lynn Nunes|
|NYS Governor||Rick A. Lazio|
|Carl P. Paladino|
|NYS Lieutenant Governor||Gregory J. Edwards|
|Thomas V. Ognibene|
|United States Senator||Joseph J. DioGuardi|
|(Sen. Gillibrand’s Seat)||David Malpass|
|United States Senator||Gary Bernsten|
|(Sen. Schumer’s Seat)||Jay Townsend|