New York City's Primary Day, Sept. 12, is quickly approaching.
Polls will open at 6 a.m. and close at 9 p.m. in districts throughout the five boroughs. Only voters who are registered with a political party can vote on the ballots.
Polling locations can be found online, including on the city’s Board of Elections website, or by calling 866-868-3692.
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office will have a hotline for anyone who experiences problems at the polls during the day, 1-800-771-7755. Voters can also email their complaints to his office at email@example.com.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is up for re-election, as are Public Advocate Letitia James and city Comptroller Scott Stringer. All five borough presidents are vying to keep their positions, though only Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. is facing a challenger from within his own party.
Here are some of the Primary Day races to know about:
Mayor - Democrats
Bill de Blasio, incumbent
Public Advocate - Democrats
Letitia James, incumbent
Bronx borough president - Democrats
Ruben Diaz, Jr., incumbent
Brooklyn district attorney - Democrats
Eric Gonzalez, acting incumbent