It's Election Day and polls in NYC have been open since 6 a.m. and will close at 9 p.m. You can find your polling site here.

The citywide matchups today are the mayoral, Public Advocate, and City Comptroller races. In the Public Advocate and City Comptroller races, the Democrats are expected to win handily—Bill DeBlasio over Republican Alex Zablocki for Advocate, John Liu over Republican Joseph Mendola for Comptroller—due to NYC's large majority of Democratic voters, but in the mayoral race, incumbent Mayor Michael Bloomberg is expected to win over City Comptroller William Thompson—the only question is by how much, as polls have him leaving by double digits (though in one poll, Bloomberg's lead has diminished from 15 points to 12 points).

And we can say this much: The polling site we went to at 7:20 a.m. was pretty quiet—it's no November 4, 2008.