Important New York City issues drive voter traffic on Primary Day

Polling locations remained open across the city until

Polling locations remained open across the city until 9 p.m. (Credit: News 12)

THE BRONX - A number of hot-button issues are driving voter traffic to the polls in New York City this Primary Day.

Voters in Riverdale all had different reasons for making sure they cast their ballots for the people who will be running the city, especially when it comes to the next mayor.

Many say top issues for them are police protection, jobs and the economy. Others are more worried about education, taxes and housing.

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