OSSINING, N.Y. ? Ossining poll worker Dorothy Hinnant was amazed at the voter turnout Tuesday afternoon.
"We've been busy all day and we'll probably get slammed after 5 p.m.," she said.
Hinnant was stationed at the Roosevelt School, where 275 people had voted by 3:30 p.m. She said turnout had been vastly different from September's primaries, where only 11 people cast ballots at the school.
Poll workers at other Ossining stations also reported high turnouts and said they expected larger crowds after people got off work. The polls are open until 9 p.m.
"We've been busy most of the day," Victor Eichorn said. Eichorn was stationed at the Ossining Volunteer Ambulance Corps headquarters. "This morning we had a line out the door."
The following is a list of polling places in the Village and Town of Ossining and the Village of Briarcliff Manor: District 1 ? Holla Hose District 2 ? Park School District 3 ? Ossining Community Center District 4 ? Independent Fire House District 5 ? Ossining Fire Department Headquarters District 6 ? Ossining Community Center District 7 ? Ossining Volunteer Ambulance Corps Headquarters District 8 ? Roosevelt School District 9 ? Bethel Nursing Home District 10 ? Independent Fire House District 11 ? Bethel Nursing Home District 12 ? Independent Fire House District 13 ? Ossining Community Center District 14 ? Ossining Operations Center District 15 ? Briarcliff Youth Center District 16 ? All Saints' Episcopal Church District 17 ? St. Paul's on the Hill District 18 ? Brookside School District 19 ? Briarcliff Congregational Church District 20 ? Club Fit, Briarcliff Manor District 21 ? Claremont School District 22 ? Park School District 23 ? Claremont School District 24 ? Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers District 25 ? Maryknoll Sisters District 26 ? St. Theresa School District 27 ? Scarborough Presbyterian Church District 28 ? Ossining Operations Center District 29 ? Scarborough Presbyterian Church District 30 ? Holla Hose
For more information on elections or to check on your polling place, go to the Westchester County Board of Elections website or call 914-995-5700.
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