Amid reports of problems at New York City's polling stations, Comptroller Scott Stringer said he's launching an audit of the Board of Elections.

“There is nothing more sacred in our nation than the right to vote, yet election after election, reports come in of people who were inexplicably purged from the polls, told to vote at the wrong location or unable to get in to their polling site,” Stringer said this afternoon.

Voters in various districts reported that polling stations weren't open on time, had missing or incorrect voter information in their registries, or -- in the case of one site in Harlem -- had no GOP ballots available.

“The people of New York City have lost confidence that the Board of Elections can effectively administer elections and we intend to find out why the BOE is so consistently disorganized, chaotic and inefficient,” Stringer said.

BOE Executive Director Michael Ryan responded, saying the comptroller has a right to audit but insisted that voter problems were rare.

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