NewsElections New York primary day voter guide Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the city. A woman exits a polling station in Brooklyn on Thursday. Photo Credit: Getty Images / Drew Angerer By Nicole Brown firstname.lastname@example.org @ncb417 Updated September 13, 2018 8:33 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The second New York primary day of the year is Thursday, when voters will be making decisions on several state races. Only those who are registered with a political party can vote. Here’s a guide for New York City voters as they head to the polls: How to check your voting registration status Check if you are registered and what district you live in on the New York Board of Elections website. When to vote Polls opened at 6 a.m. and are set to close at 9 p.m. Where to vote Polling locations can be found online at vote.nyc or by calling 866-868-3692. Democratic races Democrats will see races for governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, the state Senate, the Assembly and some judicial races on their ballots. Republican races There are two Republican primary races for the state Senate (Districts 11 and 15 in Queens) and one for the Assembly (District 62 on Staten Island). Resources for any problems while voting The attorney general’s office has a hotline for anyone who experiences problems at the polls: 800-771-7755. Voters can also email any complaints to email@example.com. By Nicole Brown firstname.lastname@example.org @ncb417 Nicole Brown is the Internet News Manager at amNY.com, covering local news since 2016. She has written for MSNBC.com and was editor-in-chief of NYU’s Washington Square News. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic What to know about the candidates for governorThe governor defeated Republican Marc Molinaro as well as three third-party candidates. What to know about the lieutenant governor primaryIn November, New Yorkers will vote for governor and lieutenant governor on the same ticket. Meet the candidates running for attorney generalJames will be the New York's first black attorney general. 9 state Senate primary races to watchThere are several first-time candidates on the ballots. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.