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Many of us think our vote does not count in New York, but a) it’s one of the most important rights we have, and a nice message to family and friends around you that you care enough to vote, b) there are some ballot items where your vote can make a difference, and c) while your vote may not affect the electoral vote in NY, the popular vote is a powerful message by the people and your vote certainly counts there.

Most of us in the neighborhood will be voting at the Prince George Hotel (14 East 28 Street between 5th and Madison) or at the Andrew Heiskell Library (40 West 20 Street between 5th and 6th), but it is based on where you live and you should check http://gis.nyc.gov/vote/ps/index.htm before you head to vote. (You can check if you are registered at https://voterlookup.elections.state.ny.us/)

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Tuesday November 6th according to www.nyccfb.info/public/voter-guide/general_2012/2012.aspx. Here is the official NYC voter guide.

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