NEW YORK - With Primary Day less than 24 hours away the candidates are hitting the city's streets to get their messages out.

Democratic candidate for governor Cynthia Nixon will begin her day stumping on the Upper West Side.

The candidates for lieutenant governor also have events planned around the city.

Governor Andrew Cuomo chose not to campaign Tuesday, while Nixon defied a longstanding September 11th tradition. 

She stumped in Chinatown, where she met with the Asian-American and Pacific Islander communities.

Nixon says both groups were overlooked on 9/11.

Labor leaders criticized her decision to campaign on September 11th, but she disagreed. 

"I think there can be no more patriotic thing to do than to go out and be speaking to New  Yorkers about a New York that works for all of us," Nixon said.

Remember to watch and follow NY1's full primary coverage Thursday.

Polls close at 9 p.m. but our coverage starts at 7 p.m. with "Inside City Hall".

That will be followed by continuous live reports, results and analysis of the primary all night.

We also have a detailed voting guide to help you navigate all the big races and issues, and walk you through when, where and how to vote.