Vote on Tuesday!

This year’s general election is this coming Tuesday, November 8. Polls are open from 6:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. The locations of polling places for many, though not all, Brooklyn Heights residents have been changed, even from where they were for the primary elections earlier this year. If you’re a registered voter, you should have received a postcard notifying you of the location of your polling place. If you didn’t receive one, or have lost it, you may look it up by entering your home address at this website.

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  • Greg

    9 AM at Borough Hall: virtually no wait, although plenty of people were in the room. Smooth, fast, and easy. There was a big line (20+) people waiting for what I think was one of the district tables, but my district table was empty and I never had to wait in it.

  • Maggie

    any reports from the Saint Francis site? the line was all the way around onto Joralemon when I walked by this morning at 8:25… hoping it was just a slow opener and maybe will be a little clearer when i go this afternoon??!!

  • AM

    I went at 10:30 and it took almost 90 min. I’ve never really waited in any primary, midterm or presidential election in this neigborhood. The poll workers were doing an amazing job but the way they set up the site there was terribly inefficent and seemed to me to cause the long lines.

  • Arch Stanton

    I am hosting an election night party, I will be serving Grape Kool-Aid to help wash it all down.

  • Maggie

    ugh. here’s hoping everyone else decided to vote this morning so it won’t take me that long tonight… wanted to bring my 6-month-old daughter with me but I can’t subject her to that…

  • Banet

    That’s odd. We got there about 10:45 and were done within 45 minutes.

  • Anonymous

    HE needs to find a hobby? Your hobby seems to be constantly denigrating people on this blog who don’t share your political beliefs. By the way, my car is better than your car!

  • ColumbiaHeightster

    Was on line at 6:40, ballot cast at 7:30.

  • DIBS

    Here’s how he started: “you should take a long look in the mirror… then smash the mirror, take one of the glass shards and kill yourself with it.” I think we all know here who is the intolerant one. Smarten up. Doubtful that your car is better than any of my three cars. Jussayin.

  • Jorale-man

    Saint Francis has had almost no line since early afternoon. I suspect it will re-form as people get off work. I waited there about 50 minutes at 10am. A little chaotic inside but people were all cooperative and understanding.

  • David on Middagh

    Mmmm, grape! Sounds delic–Hey, wait a minute…

  • Diesel

    Hmm… Seeing just how gullible you “humans” are I think I’ll make a run for it in 2020!

  • Bornhere

    Ever the optimist, I approached St. Francis from Remsen at 9:10 this morning, and promptly had to wend my way back to Joralemon and Clinton. The space allotted inside for line-waiting was a bit tight, but there were so many people, almost any place would have seemed crowded. Once the sign-in was completed, I voted without much of a wait and was out of there at 10:15. Despite the wait and wending, it was good to see so many people care enough to vote.

  • Robert Jackson

    God has spared our country from a great evil…because of the Valliant actions of a few, the forces of darkness have been defeated!

    God Bless America!!!

  • Andrew Porter

    Yeah, we kept those Nazis from taking over the world in the 1940s.

  • Anonymous

    Three cars…ooooh I’m so impressed! Why, you must be as successful a person as Donald Trump! Like him though, you can’t make it in NY. Stay in Bucks!