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Primary day

Gothamist will be following the action throughout the day.
Check for updates all day on voting around the city on Primary Day.
Hundreds of thousands of voters received an absentee ballot.
The count was supposed to start on Wednesday, July 1st.
In New York City, a flood of voters say they applied for their absentee ballot by the June 16th deadline, and yet, no ballot never arrived.
A hearing is slated for July 1st exploring how the primary went.
Primary Day is June 23rd! Here are some quick tips to help make sure your vote is counted.
Cabán, a public defender, has a lead of just under 1,100 votes—and there are more than 3,000 paper ballots outstanding.
'They knew that we were a threat to the concentration of wealth and power in this state,' Salazar told cheering supporters Thursday night.
Once again, NYC voters find themselves mysteriously dropped from the rolls, relisted under different districts, and even assigned to new parties.
One voter told us their polling site opened over 45 minutes late.
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