A: 2010 was the gubernatorial election cycle and the general election saw 5,210 (4.95 percent of the registered voters at the time) voters come to early voting. Early voting was open for a shorter number of hours on Sunday and available for six days. 2012 during the presidential general election, the early voting turnout was 10,408 (9.43 percent of the registered voters at the time). Early voting was closed because of Hurricane Sandy for two days and resulted in five days that voters could vote with extended hours of early voting. In 2014, early voting was 8 days for the same amount of hours each day [and] 8,016 (7.10 percent of the registered voters at the time) people came to vote during the gubernatorial general election.