UPDATE: Low voter turnout early Tuesday as polls open in Queens for primary elections

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Now that early voting is closed for the June primaries, Queens polling locations are gearing up for borough residents to vote on Tuesday, June 28.

Those who did not vote early or submit an absentee ballot will get the chance to vote for candidates running for governor, lieutenant governor, state Assembly and judge of the civil circuit.

The primaries for congressional and state Senate races were delayed to Aug. 23 due to the New York State of Appeals striking down the proposed district maps earlier this year.

Here is what voters need to know before heading to the polls.

Where to vote

The Board of Elections website allows users to look up their poll site and a sample ballot by address. The site also tells voters their election/assembly district, judicial district, congressional district, senatorial district, council district, municipal court district and assembly district. Visit findmypollsite.vote.nyc for more information.

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