That’s how many people have used the new voting machines at the city’s five “super poll sites,” according to the Executive Chairman of the city’s Board of Elections, John Ravitz,

It’s worth noting that due to prolonged negotiations in Albany, today’s election is the big test for those voting machines, which will be rolled out in full next year — when practically nobody is running.

In an email, Ravitz also said, “So far no major problems. Any problems dealing with machines and supplies have been fixed within a 45 min period.”

Sounds pretty good. Anybody with a different experience?

— Azi Paybarah