New York City reassigns polling places because of Hurricane Sandy
New york city, United States. 6th November 2012 -- Hastily-made signs on John Jay High School direct voters to a new polling place some blocks away while John Jay is used as a shelter for victims of hurricane Sandy. The Board of Elections scrambled to relocate 60 polling places in the city. -- New York City reassigned 60 polling places that have flooded, have no electricity, or are in use as shelters for victims of hurricane Sandy. The frequently criticized Board of Elections hastily informed voters via its web site and crude signs.
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