NYC’s Primary Day is finally here. Today, voters get to decide who will represent the Republican and Democratic parties in November's elections. Polls are open now and close at 9pm.
Tune into WOR 710 as we have live election coverage, the latest polling results, and interviews with the candidates themselves. You can listen online here. Not by a radio? Keep checking this page for the latest live updates as the results come in.
For a rundown of the Republican and Democratic candidates you can go here.
Update (8:40am) - John Catsimatidis on "The John Gambling Show"
Update (8:50am) - Joe Lhota on "The John Gambling Show"
Update (9:05am) - Bill Thompson on "The John Gambling Show"
Update (10:25am) - Christine Quinn on "The John Gambling Show"
Update (10:25am) - Bill de Blasio on "The John Gambling Show"
Update (9:30pm) - According to the New York Observer via WOR 710 radio, very early exit polls have Bill de Blasio with a wide lead in the Democratic mayoral primary and 43 percent of the votes.
Update (10:45pm) - According to WOR 710 radio, Anthony Weiner has conceded in his bid for mayor.
Update (11:20pm) - Via WOR 710 radio, Scott Stringer has won the Democratic nomination for city comptroller, defeating former Governor Eliot Spitzer.
Update (11:25pm) - Via WOR 710 radio, Christine Quinn has conceded in her bid for the Democratic nomination for mayor.
Update (12:00am) - Bill de Blasio has 40.2% of the votes with 97% of precincts reporting. Only question that remains is if de Blasio will win the Democratic mayoral nomination outright or face Bill Thompson in a runoff.
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