2001-09-20 / Other News

Primary Election Rescheduled For Tuesday, September 25th

Primary Election Rescheduled For Tuesday, September 25th

Primary Election Rescheduled For Tuesday, September 25th

Primary elections in New York City and statewide have been rescheduled for next Tuesday, it was announced late last week by Governor George E. Pataki, Senate Majority Leader Joseph L. Bruno and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver.

Under the legislation agreed to by the governor and the Legislature, primary elections will take place on September 25th. Any votes cast on September 11th will not be counted, but all absentee ballots duly and properly cast will be valid and counted.

To be entitled to vote in the September 25 primary election, a voter must have been duly registered to vote in the postponed September 11 primary. Voters who normally meet the requirements for absentee ballots may obtain absentee ballots for the rescheduled September 25 primary election. Any potential run-off election in New York City will be held on October 11th.

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