Brooklyn Voters Flock to Polls as Presidential Election Draws Near

Voters stood in long lines to cast their ballots early in New York on Tuesday, October 27, just one week before the November 3 presidential election.

Daniel Altschuler recorded this footage on Tuesday morning, as voters waited for the Brooklyn Museum poll site to open at noon. Tuesday was the fourth day of early voting for New York, which opened polls on Saturday, October 24.

According to the New York City Board of Elections, 314,723 ballots were cast in the five boroughs on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, including 101,283 in Brooklyn. Credit: Daniel Altschuler via Storyful