You ask, we answer: What happens next with redistricting in New York? – Democrat and Chronicle

New York has held bifurcated primaries in recent years, Czarny said, but this year is “exponentially harder than the other ones,” at least for local boards of elections, he said. 

“We still don’t know the candidates or maps. We had years to prepare for this before,” he said, adding that finding polling places and inspectors for the August primary has already been a challenge.

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