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If you're looking for your polling location here's a link to do so and any updated information on polling place changes.

Hurricane Sandy knocked out power but many of the polling stations for Tuesday's vote are still up and running. If you are looking for your polling place simply click the link below, enter your personal information, and your place to vote should be listed.

Click here to find out where you need to vote. 

Patch reported Monday that Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order allowing voters who can't make it to their normal polling place on Tuesday to cast ballots at any polling site in the state. Voters who visit alternate polling sites will cast an affidavit ballot affirming that they are registered to vote in one of New York's federally declared disaster counties – Nassau, Suffolk, Rockland, Westchester – or New York City, Cuomo said in a release. 

Local Voices blogger Susie Schlomann blogged yesterday about a voting location change that will impact some Hauppauge voters – the Forest Brook Elementary School on Lilac Lane voters should go to Hauppauge Middle School, located at 600 Town Line Road.

Peter Verry November 06, 2012 at 05:00 PM
From our Facebook friend Randy Bublitz: "Voting machines wasn't working in St. James this morning, I hope my vote gets counted. They took the form and put it under the machine."
littleShamrock November 06, 2012 at 05:21 PM
Called the ny election board and they verified my polling place, tho it was paper ballots, it was great to see our rights in action along with neighbors we have not seen for quite some time. God Bless America!
littleShamrock November 06, 2012 at 11:11 PM
I was there about an hour before and there were some issues with placing the form in the machine but it was because people thought the outer folder went in as well, wouldn't surprise me if someone forced to do that!


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