NYC Board of Elections: City surpasses 1 million votes cast in early voting

Early voting is officially over - the only day left to vote is Election Day.
It's been nine days of early voting, and the Board of Election announced that over 1 million people have already voted in New York City.
At the Justice Sonia Sotomayor Houses, the operation ran smoothly all day.
Poll workers say they barely had a line due to the rain.
There was plenty of room to spread out and social distance, and highly touched areas were constantly sanitized.
Those who did not vote early still have a chance to cast their ballots of Election Day.
Polling places, which may be different from early voting sites, will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.