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Morning Brief: September 10

by Jeff Coltin
NYC Voting Machines

Charles16e, flickr

It's Election Day!

Polls are open from 6am to 9pm for registered voters to make their picks in New York City’s primary elections.  Follow @WFUVNews on Twitter tonight for updates from key mayoral candidates’ election night events.


A warm day after to remind you it isn’t Autumn just yet.  Partly cloudy, high of 87. [full forecast]


Check out where NYC’s Mayoral candidates stand on key issues before heading to the polls. [New York Times]

Apple’s expected to launch tow new versions of the iPhone today. [The Guardian]

New Jersey passes new laws “easing access” to medical marijuana for children. [CNN]


Rafael Nadal beats Novak Djokovic in Queens for the US Open Singles Title. [ESPN]

Yankees lose to the Orioles 4-2.  They play again in Baltimore at 7.

Mets get crushed by the Nationals 9-0.  They meet again in Queens at 7.


On this day in 1932, New York City's third competing subway system, the municipally-owned IND, is opened.  That system makes up much of today’s A, B, C, D, E, F, and G lines.

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