What the ballot — and the polling place — will look like on Tuesday

If you never sent in your absentee ballot (which may have been for the best) and you missed early voting, you can still vote the old fashioned way on Tuesday at your regular polling site (search it here if you don’t already know). The scene will look much like shopping at Whole Foods — socially distanced lines outside, bigger aisles inside and plexiglass at checkout. They have promised to provide wipes and masks, and voting machines will be cleaned regularly.

Bonus: you get to keep the pen.

On the ballot, there’s the one-man primary for president. Plus:

10TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT (from Zabar’s to Nathan’s)
The incumbent
Jerry Nadler
career politician; 16 years in state Assembly; 28 years in Congress; led impeachment trial for Trump
lives in Lincoln Center area
Stuyvesant High School; Columbia undergrad; Fordham JD

The challengers
Lindsey Boylan
deputy secretary of economic development for New York State, appointed by Cuomo
lives in Chelsea
grew up in Virginia; Wellesley undergrad; Columbia MBA

Jonathan Hertzog
founding member of Andrew Yang campaign; filed a class action suit to get the state to hold the primary
lives in Hell’s Kitchen
Hunter College High School; Harvard undergrad,; NYU MBA; Harvard JD

65TH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT (Chinatown, South Street Seaport area, Financial District and Battery Park City)
The incumbent
Yuh-Line Niou
won (disgraced) Assembly Speaker Shelly Silver’s seat in the general election in 2016
lives in Fidi
born in Taiwan, raised in Idaho and Texas; Evergreen State College in Washington undergrad; CUNY Baruch master’s in public administration

The challenger
Grace Lee
co-founder of Children First, fighting the mercury site next to Peck Slip School; co-founder of Nine Naturals beauty line
Lives in Fidi; oldest child goes to Peck Slip School
Raised in Cleveland; moved downrown in 2005; Columbia undergrad; University of Chicago MBA