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General Election 2014

Voters in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties go to the polls Election Day, Nov. 4.

They will elect a governor, fill other state, regional and local offices and decide on three statewide propositions.

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Voting information

On Nov. 4, polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.

To check if you are registered to vote, visit New York State Elections' Voter Search page.

Get information on voting by absentee ballot or on voting if you are in the military or will be overseas.

To find your polling place, search in your county:

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Election maps

View interactive election district maps, candidate and voter registration information for Assembly, state Senate and Congressional races.

By the numbers

156

Number of candidates seeking election or re-election in the Lower Hudson Valley.

65

Number of incumbents on the ballot.

843,873

Number of registered voters in the region (as of April 2014).

45.8

% registered Democrats in region

24.5

% registered Republicans in region

22.9

% unaffiliated voters in region

$2 billion

The proposed cost of state proposition three, the Smart Schools Bond Act of 2014.

By the numbers

156

Number of candidates seeking election or re-election in the Lower Hudson Valley.

65

Number of incumbents on the ballot.

843,873

Number of registered voters in the region (as of April 2014).

45.8

% registered Democrats in region

24.5

% registered Republicans in region

$2 billion

The proposed cost of state proposition three, the Smart Schools Bond Act of 2014.


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