New York election officials are warning of a text-message scam meant to send voters to incorrect polling sites for Tuesday's primary elections being held in various areas of the state.

Dustin Czarny, an elections commissioner with the Onondaga County Board of Elections, posted on social media Monday morning that he'd received a number of reports of wrong polling locations being texted to voters. Czarny said he's informed both the New York state Board of Elections and Attorney General Letitia James' office of the texts.

The state BOE also alerted voters to the text scam Monday morning, noting that it's gotten reports from voters across the state regarding the texts.

"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 board wrote in a press release. "Voters are encouraged to visit the State Board’s voter lookup application to find their Election Day poll site and to not rely on text messages for that information."

Polls for Tuesday's primary elections will be open from 6 a.m.-9 p.m.