The New York State Board of Elections is warning voters of scam text messages with incorrect poll site information ahead of the primary election on Tuesday.

In a news release, the board said voters across the state have been receiving “unsolicited text messages in recent days from an outside group” that include the misinformation.

“The State Board would like to remind voters that the best place to get information about elections and voting is directly from the New York State Board of Elections and the County Boards of Elections,” the release said.

“We encourage voters to contact the Board of Elections for any questions about voting and polling places,” Kristen Zebrowski Stavisky, co-executive director of the board, added in a statement. “We want all eligible voters to cast their vote tomorrow and to feel confident doing so.”

Voters can find their poll sites, look up their voter registration information and track their absentee ballots via the state’s voter lookup application, rather than relying on text messages, the release said.  

The board also updates its website and social media accounts to provide New Yorkers with voting information, according to the release.

Polls for Tuesday’s primary election will be open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Here’s everything you need to know before you cast your ballot.