The polls open citywide Tuesday for primary election voting. The mayorship, Brooklyn District Attorney's spot, Public Advocate's position and all 51 seats on the City Council are up for grabs.
Here's your guide to everything primary day:
You can vote by going to your polling place any time from 6 a.m - 9 p.m. Only voters registered to specific parties can vote during the Tuesday primaries. The deadline for that has passed, but any New Yorker registered to vote can do so on the Nov. 7 general election.