New Yorkers urged to make their votes count as they elect new mayor

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John Carl D’Annibale/Albany Times Union

Voters will use electronic ballot scanner when they arrive at their polling stations to select their new mayor.

New Yorkers head to the polls Tuesday to elect their first new mayor in 12 years.

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., and voters will use electronic ballot scanners instead of the traditional lever machines.

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To find your poll site, check your registration status or report a problem, call the Board of Elections at (866) VOTE-NYC — that’s (866) 868-3692 — or go to www.vote.nyc. ny.us.

The New York Public Interest Research Group will run a voter complaint hotline at (212) 822-0282.

For more information about where or how to vote, go to nycvotes.org.

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