New York’s primary day by the numbers

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NEW YORK — Voters in the Empire State are heading to the polls Tuesday to select which presidential candidates will earn more delegates in their race to the White House.

Below is a breakdown of the New York primary, by the numbers:

When do polls open? 6 a.m. in New York City and Erie, Nassau, Suffolk, Orange, Rockland and Putnam counties; 12 p.m. in all other counties

When do polls close? 9 p.m.

How many delegates are up for grabs? 95 for Republicans; 247 for Democrats

How many New Yorkers are registered to vote? 11,726,842

How many of those voters are registered Republicans? 2,731,688

How many are registered Democrats? 5,792,497

Sources: New York State Board of Election

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