NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Sunday marks the final day to register to vote in the primary elections in New York.

The Board of Elections borough offices are accepting in-person voter registration applications until 7 p.m.

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Primary day is just four weeks away, scheduled for September 13th.

The Democratic candidates for governor of New York will discuss the issues face-to-face on Wednesday, Aug. 29, at Hofstra University before an invited audience of about 150. You can catch the debate at 7 p.m. on CBS2 TV, online and Facebook, simulcast in Spanish on WLNY TV-10/55, or listen on 1010 WINS radio.

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The debate will include questions from moderator Maurice DuBois, co-anchor of CBS2 News, and Marcia Kramer, chief political correspondent at WCBS-TV.