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City officials: 17,000 New Yorkers turned out on first day of early voting

Early voting runs up through June 20. Primary Election Day is Tuesday, June 22

News 12 Staff

Jun 13, 2021, 2:27 PM

Updated 1,105 days ago

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City election officials say the first day of early voting saw nearly 17,000 check-ins, including 2,200 early voters in the Bronx and more than 4,800 voters in Brooklyn.
The polls are open again for early voting until 5 p.m.
This election, voters are ranking their choices instead of just choosing one candidate. If one candidate gets less than 50% of the vote, ranking kicks in. If a No. 1 pick is eliminated, then the second choice is used. That continues until there is a majority winner.
Early voting runs up through June 20. Primary Election Day is Tuesday, June 22.


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