Polls have been open since 6 a.m. and will close at 9 p.m.—and that's when results will start to trickle in. And forget the "I voted sticker"—do you know what the hottest accessory for voting this year was? An adorable baby son.

Mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner brought his son Jordan to the polls (no Huma in sight) while Public Advocate candidate Daniel Squadron's son was rocking an F train t-shirt. Comptroller candidate Scott Stringer had this son Max as well. Other candidates stuck to tried-and-true approaches, going with their spouses.

Just because they were running for office didn't mean candidates were immune to voting screw-ups: Joe Lhota had to vote by paper ballot because the machines in Brooklyn Heights weren't working while Anthony Weiner's name wasn't on the voting rolls (he did get to vote)!

Of course, there have been some issues today with the return of the lever machines, but the real question is whether turnout will be enough to make some polls' projections come true.