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How to Find Your Polling Place for Today's Primary

By Nicole Levy | April 11, 2016 12:07pm | Updated on June 28, 2016 9:27am
 The New York primary will take place on Tuesday, April 19.
The New York primary will take place on Tuesday, April 19.
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Seven congressional districts are voting today for seats in the House of Representatives. Check out our full explainer of the districts and candidates in the primary here.

We've got two sites that will help you find your local poll site and other important pieces of information:

► New York City's Board of Elections website:

— Download your Voter's Bill of Rights (available in Spanish, Korean, Chinese, Russian and Bengali).
— Download the voter registration form (Note: registration is now closed).
— Get an absentee ballot application form (This is not the absentee ballot itself, but the application to get one.)
— See district maps for each borough.
Apply to be a poll worker
— See the election calendar for the rest of 2016.

'Who's On the Ballot' website: (a project by Columbia's School of International and Public Affairs)

— Find your local polling station
— Get your local polling station's hours of operation
— Learn which candidates you will be voting on during this election
— See a printable sample ballot
— Set calendar reminders for future elections