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POLLING PLACE UPDATE: 2 Changes in North Hempstead

Residents asked to head to regular polling places on Tuesday, with the exception of a New Hyde Park and also a Westbury site.

With one exception, there are no post-Hurricane Sandy polling place changes for the Town of North Hempstead in Tuesday's election. All of the polling places have power, the spokesman said.

Those regularly voting at Marcus G. Christ Community Center on Jericho Turnpike, will now vote at New Hyde Park Road School, located at 300 New Hpde Park Road. 

And voting at Drexel Ave. School at 161 Drexel Ave. in Westbury has moved to the Westbury Water District Garage at 160 Drexel Ave. 

Supervisor Jon Kaiman said that the town has "sent crews to remove debris in the polling areas, so no debris is blocking polling access."

The Nassau County Board of Elections is working to ensure that poll sites are open and safe for voters on Election Day, according to a statement.

The absentee ballot program is extended until Monday, Nov. 5, ending at 10 p.m. The last day to apply in person for a ballot is also Nov. 5. Learn more about absentee ballots

Find your polling place here.

Tell us if and how Hurricane Sandy will affect your vote.

Arguendo November 05, 2012 at 08:59 PM
Vote early, vote often.
Lynn Borowski November 06, 2012 at 01:35 PM
Time Congresswoman McCarthy to retire and give Frank Scaturro the chance to bring fiscal sanity to Congressional District 4.

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