EASTCHESTER, N.Y. – More than 2,600 Con Edison customers in Eastchester are still without power, but polling locations should be up and running for Tuesday’s election.
According to Town Supervisor Anthony Colavita, Con Edison told town officials that its priority was to restore power to schools and polling places before residential areas.
As of Monday afternoon, all schools and polling places had power, and the voting process was expected to go uninterrupted. With the high-priority spots taken care of, Con Edison's plan was to restore power to residents’ homes.
The Westchester County Board of Elections said earlier Monday that no polling locations would be changed and generators would be provided to any stations without electricity.
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