OSSINING, N.Y. ‒ All polling places in Briarcliff Manor and Ossining will be open for voting Tuesday.
Thousands of residents in Ossining and Briarcliff still were without power Monday afternoon but village officials confirmed that all polling locations and times would not change.
A few polling locations, like the Briarcliff Manor Youth Center, were without power Monday afternoon. Briarcliff Manor officials said they were informed by the Westchester County Department of Elections that generators would be brought to polling places without power on Election Day.No polling places in Westchester will be closed, said Reginald Lafayette, the Westchester Democratic Chairman and Democratic Commissioner on the Board of Elections.
"All of the polling places will be OK tomorrow," LaFayette said Monday evening. "They will all be open. If Con Edison can't get out to them, in conjunction with the Governor's Office, we will be powering them with generators."
Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino said on Thursday that lingering damage from Hurricane Sandy would not force the cancellation of elections in Westchester.
"This country's been through a Civil War, world wars, natural disasters, and never in the history of this country has Election Day been postponed," Astorino said. "And I don't think it'll be postponed next Tuesday either."
The following is a listing 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 Congreational 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, Westchester residents can check on their polling place by going to the Westchester County Board of Elections website or by calling 914-995-5700.
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