More than 32,000 New Yorkers voted early in the city's primary elections this weekend, according to data released by the Board of Elections Sunday.

The number is down significantly from the first two days of early voting during last year's general election (which included the race for president of the United States). During that election, data from the BOE indicated that more than 193,900 New Yorkers voted on the first two days of early voting.

The new ranked-choice voting system is in effect, which means you can rank up to five candidates in order of preference.

Voters are selecting their party's choices for the citywide races of mayor, city comptroller and public advocate, as well as voting for their parties' candidates for their respective City Council districts.

The early voting period runs through next Sunday, June 20. 

Primary day is Tuesday, June 22.