Anyone looking to cast a ballot in November's general elections has until Friday to register to vote.
The city's Board of Elections will offer in-person registration through 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 9 to sign upat their offices at 32 Broadway in lower Manhattan.
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Races at hand include the Staten Island district attorney's contest to replace former D.A. and current Congressman Dan Donovan, as well as a handful of open seats in the City Council and state legislature.
The same day happens to be the deadline to switch parties for the 2016 elections for anyone wanting to cross the aisle in time for New York's closed primary on April 19.
The form to change party enrollment can be found online.
Prospective voters must provide a state ID or social security number in order to register.