NEW CASTLE, N.Y. - Registered Republicans in Chappaqua and Millwood can take to the polls Tuesday to vote in the party's New York primary. Presidential hopefuls Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul are carrying on despite a sizable lead by Mitt Romney, and will remain on the ballot along with Rick Santorum, who suspended his campaign earlier in April.
With a low turnout expected, the normal 16 districts in the town have been consolidated, according to Town Clerk Jill Shapiro. A polling place like Westorchard Elementary School, which typically has three separate teams to handle three separate districts, only will have one polling team working.
Election Districts 1 and 6: Graffin School, 650 King St., Chappaqua
Election District 2: Millwood Firehouse #2, Route 134, Ossining
Election Districts 3 and 5: Town Hall, 200 S. Greeley Ave., Chappaqua
Election Districts 4, 12 and 16: Roaring Brook School, 530 Quaker St., Chappaqua
Election Districts 7, 9 and 15: Mount Kisco Presbyterian Church, Community Room, Route 133 (Millwood Road), Mount Kisco
Election Districts 8 and 13: Horace Greeley High School, 70 Roaring Brook Road, Chappaqua
Election Districts 10, 11 and 14: Westorchard School, Granite Road, Chappaqua
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