Special Election Day: All Eyes on the 20th

ALBANY—It’s finally time for voters to decide the contest to replace Kirsten Gillibrand, and things are close. “It’s a real

ALBANY—It’s finally time for voters to decide the contest to replace Kirsten Gillibrand, and things are close.
“It’s a real crapshoot,” Bob Turner, a professor of political science at Skidmore College, told me Monday night.
He predicted a turnout of about 91,000 voters–the figure is derived from the average of previous special elections around the country–or about one fifth of the electorate.
The Times Union published a good list of how to get information on your polling place. The weather forecast is clear and mild.
The latest public poll showed Murphy leading by four points, but internal polls are even closer, I’m told. Tedisco, yesterday,

Special Election Day: All Eyes on the 20th