Good questions, those. Here's the place to log in your name and address and make sure you're good to go in tomorrow's primary: Registration. From there, you'll find a link that will tell you where to vote. If you think the Man doesn't have your info correct, you can always fill out a provisional ballot. You do NOT need an ID to vote in NYC. (Unlike other more conservative parts of the country that are working hard to suppress voting by the poor and those who have no official state photo IDs (i.e. minorities and/or Democrats), your signature will do the trick. More on these nefarious end-runs around poll tax laws here, despite the fact that the federal bipartisan election commission found almost ZERO evidence of polling place fraud. Their findings here. They found some infinitesimal sporadic evidence of vote-buying (which has nothing to do with IDs) and occasional fraudulent attempts at absentee voting. There you go. Case closed, right? Not to the Supreme Court.
Just a heads up! My polling place changed for this Democratic primary vote - yours may have too. It's not necessarily the place you voted for President last November. So be sure to check before you head out the door. Remember that the polls are open til 9PM and that it is illegal for your workplace to deny you time to vote.
The Q at Parkside
News and Nonsense from the Brooklyn neighborhood of Lefferts and environs, or more specifically a neighborhood once known as Melrose Park. Sometimes called Lefferts Gardens. Or Prospect-Lefferts Gardens. Or PLG. Or North Flatbush. Or Caledonia (west of Ocean). Or West Pigtown. Across From Park Slope. Under Crown Heights. Near Drummer's Grove. The Side of the Park With the McDonalds. Jackie Robinson Town. Home of Lefferts Manor. West Wingate. Near Kings County Hospital. Or if you're coming from the airport in taxi, maybe just Flatbush is best.