Tuesday, September 14, 2010

New York Primary Roundup

It's Primary Day here in New York, which means you should vote if you're registered with a political party. Local politics don't really stir up much interest, but city governments actually have the most impact on daily life.

Capital New York has a nice overview of all the races. Meanwhile, the Times believes that voters are disillusioned, rather than angry, and it also does some forecasting. The Post and Daily News are pretty angry, though.

Finally, the Journal reports that the Republicans are contemplating an upset, and the Observer writes an encouraging letter to Reshma Saujani, whom the paper recently endorsed.

You can find your local poll site here.

Update: The Times is reporting problems with voting machines in Brooklyn.

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