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It's November 7, which means we've finally made it through the election — the polls have closed, the attack ads have run their course, and (hopefully) your favorite candidates came out unscathed. But, before you pass on election season for good, take a second to exercise your right to good style.
We hit up polling places in NYC's chicest 'hoods, to see what all you responsible citizens were wearing. Click through to check out yesterday's election street style, hear your fellow New Yorkers' thoughts on all things elections, and feel a little pride from everyone who got out the vote.
Photographed by Chantal Adair
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