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New York Mayor Primary Election 2013: Where To Vote (LIVE BLOG)

Democratic party New York mayoral candidates, on stage from left, Anthony Weiner, Bill Thompson, Bill de Blasio,  Christine Q
Democratic party New York mayoral candidates, on stage from left, Anthony Weiner, Bill Thompson, Bill de Blasio, Christine Quinn, and John Liu stand together during a televised debate in New York, Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013. The high-stakes showdown Tuesday is being held exactly one week before the Sept. 10 primary. The debate opened with the candidates blaming Mayor Michael Bloomberg for not negotiating new contracts with city workers. (AP Photo/The Wall Street Journal, Andrew Hinderaker, Pool)

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:

  • If you prefer phone, dial 1-866-VOTE-NYC.
  • Email vote@boe.nyc.ny.us 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.

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