Friday, October 26, 2012

Some NYC Polling Places Have Changed. Here's How To Find Out Where to Vote

Photo: MK Metz
Craig Hammerman from Community Board 6 reminds us that due to the redistricting of certain electoral districts based on the last Census figures, some voters' polling places have changed for the upcoming General Election scheduled for Tuesday, November 6th.

To find out where to vote, New Yorkers may call the Board of Elections Offices at 212-VOTE-NYC (212-868-3692), or they can access the poll site locator online at (You can also see a sample ballot here.)

Here is the 2012 General Election Voter Guide.

(The patriotic cow above was grazing outside Flipsters in Park Slope, Brooklyn during the 2008 election season.)

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