Democrat Or Republican? Vote Tuesday!

If you’re registered as a Democrat or Republican (but not as an independent), your vote in tomorrow’s Presidential Primary can help to determine who your party’s nominee will be for the general election in November. In case you’ve been in an isolation tank for the past several months, the Democratic contestants are Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, and the Republicans are Ted Cruz, John Kasich, and Donald Trump. Polls are open from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. If you’re not sure where to vote, go here.

There will be another primary election on June 28 to determine candidates for Congress and local offices.

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  • T.K. Small

    I went pretty early this morning and quite enthusiastically voted for John Kasich. For Main Street/establishment Republicans, please don’t get distracted by the various polls indicating that Trump wins in a landslide. There are not that many Republicans in this congressional district, so every vote much counts.

  • AbeLincoln

    Arrived just after tk small. Had to fill out the affidavit because I wasn’t listed as having registered. That’s despite having voted in the most recent elections. Very frustrating.

  • Jeffrey Smith

    Many complaints from neighbors as to problems and conditions at polling sites.

    A LOT of helo activity overhead! Sources say that they expect demonstrations on the Peter Liang sentence. Demonstration elements may pass near some polling locations.

  • David Weisner

    Voted at Borough Hall. There were people in front of me saying they lived at Brooklyn Heights addresses to the workers checking voters in, but, their name and address were not ‘registered’ in the books the election workers were using. They were unable to vote.

  • LDS

    I voted at the bklyn heights library about 7 pm. Easy and efficient! Anyone know what the voter turnout percentage was?

  • T.K. Small

    Presently reading the Doris Kearns Goodwin book about Lincoln. I’m sure you^ ^ ^ ^ know the whole story!

  • Dani G.

    The election was a mess. Many hundreds of thousands purged from records and couldn’t vote. Broken machines, Independents had to re-reg way back in Oct. Comments from people who fight voter fraud say NYS among WORST in USA for voter efficiency and ability to vote.