New York already held two primary elections this year, but for unaffiliated voters, Tuesday's election is the first time they'll cast a ballot this year.

But good government groups are hoping the increased number of eligible voters does not mean the increase in reported issues that the state saw in the September primary.

Common Cause New York heard from dozens of voters who had problems with their registration or their polling place that day.

Now, the group is pushing for changes to New York's voting laws and also reminding voters what rights they have.

Common Cause executive director Susan Lerner explains.