THE BRONX - Election Day has arrived, but several voting sites have been relocated due to damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
The site at Locust Point Civic Hall has moved to the MTA Throgs Neck parking lot at 42-60 Throgs Neck Expressway.
The site at Manhattan College's Draddy Hall has been moved to the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale at 3700 Henry Hudson Parkway.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) is also doing his part to get everyone to the polls. He signed an executive order allowing New Yorkers impacted by Sandy to vote by affidavit ballot at any site in the state. The ballot applies only for the president and U.S. Senate races.
Other affected locations are P.S. 69, which is open at Archimedes Academy on White Plains Road, and Manhattan College, which was moved to the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale on the Henry Hudson Parkway.
The polls will remain open until 9 p.m.
Gov. Cuomo helps storm-ravaged voters in NY
NYC Board of ElectionsList of Polling Site Changes Due To Sandy- Search with the Online Poll Site Address Locator- Call the Voter Phone Bank at 1.866.VOTE.NYC- E-mail your complete home address to firstname.lastname@example.org and you'll receive an e-mail back with your polling place location. Include the borough you reside in in the subject line.Where to VotePolling Site LocatorNYS Board of Elections