Today is primary day in New York City. The main attractions are City Council primaries and primaries for District Attorney in Queens and the Bronx. However, as anyone with a cursory knowledge of New York City knows, much of the City is essentially a one-party City. Being a member of the other party outside of a few select districts makes keeping up with all of the primary elections easy. My primary day will be free of voting because there is no Republican primary in my district. Fortunately, I will not be short on “I Voted” stickers. Last year, I wrote about receiving two “I Voted” stickers for my one vote in the GOP gubernatorial primary. Having also voted in the 2021 mayoral primary, my surplus should be safe until at least 2025.