It's still too early to say anything definitive about voter turnout in today's primary, but most people we're hearing from say their polling places were mostly empty before 9 a.m. this morning. CNN reports that 700,000 Democrats are expected to cast ballots in Tuesday's primary, while Republican turnout may be as low as 60,000. We'll see what happens, but here are some snapshots from the scene this morning at polling places across New York City:

Donuts? Check. Electoral register? Check. LET'S DO THIS! Oh, wait...

Not even the chance to vote IN A MANSION can persuade people to participate:

And here's a bonus #HumbleBrag:

You have until 9 p.m. tonight to participate in democracy, y'all! If you don't know your polling site, you can look it up at NYCVotes.org. And here are our handy guides with more details on who's running.