Following up on our earlier post, the Brooklyn Paper reports that, thanks to the efforts of Toba Potosky and residents of Cadman Towers, as well as Assembly Member Jo Anne Simon and Borough President Eric Adams, the location for voting in the November 8 presidential election has been moved to the Community Room at 10 Clinton Street.
Voting in the primary election to be held on Tuesday, September 13 will still be at the Urban Assembly School for Law and Justice, 283 Adams Street (corner of Johnson Street), but as the Brooklyn Paper story points out:
[F]ortunately there are no contested races in [our] district — no one is challenging incumbents Simon, state Sen. Daniel Squadron (D–Brooklyn Heights), or Democratic District Leaders Anne Swern and Josh Skaller, and no other party has any contested races, either.
Those who can’t make it to the polling site or secure an absentee ballot in time will however miss out on voting for judicial delegates — the party representatives who elect people to the state State Supreme Court.
The story quotes Potosky as thanking local electeds and the Board of Elections for their prompt and positive response.