Election 2016: Where to Vote on the Upper East Side of NYC


Finding your polling place in New York City is not always easy. There are hundreds and hundreds of places to vote within the five boroughs, including almost every public school, plus countless community centers, houses of worship, and apartment buildings. And although the polling place to which you are assigned is usually in your neighborhood, it isn't always the site closest to where you live.

Where you vote and who will be listed on your specific ballot depends on a number of factors, including your Assembly District, Congressional District, and Municipal Court District. This map is for Municipal Court District 6, which comprises a good part of the Upper East Side of Manhattan, including all of Yorkville, Roosevelt Island, and the lower portion of East Harlem.



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