Voters across the country — from Virginia to Texas to Colorado — head to the polls today. Here in New York City, voters will elect a new mayor and decide on six constitutional amendments.
Have you experienced problems at the polls? Let us know by mentioning @BrennanCenter in your tweet. We will update this post throughout the day as more information comes in, both in New York and nationwide.
Updated (3:05 p.m.):
Three ways to describe voter turnout: “Consistent,” “low,” “not high” http://t.co/fKvXNKCJwD— NYT Metro Desk (@NYTMetro) November 5, 2013
Voting in Westchester + Rockland Counties CRAZY today w/new district polling places. I was sent to THREE different places! @DNDailyPolitics— Faith (@Noudidant) November 5, 2013
Updated (1:31 p.m.):
Got a phone call that all scanners down at PS251 Ave I and E 54th street. @BOENYC— Jumaane D. Williams (@JumaaneWilliams) November 5, 2013
Updated (12:05 p.m.):
The story so far on Election Day in Virginia: Technical problems in Loudoun/Fairfax, heavy turnout in Arlington. http://t.co/W8kXW8MT24— Mark Berman (@themarkberman) November 5, 2013
At ps 150on Sackman st., 112 voters so far, 2 elex districts. Workers say it’s heavy.— Jarrett Murphy (@jarrettmurphy) November 5, 2013
Original Post (11:37 a.m.):
Here’s how to vote tomorrow in NY & NJ: http://t.co/9Fy4app3U0— WNYC Data News Team (@datanews) November 4, 2013