Fallout from the police custody death of Eric Garner continued Wednesday, as the Rev. Al Sharpton claimed he has the right to dictate police policy because he and his supporters “won the election.”
Long Island Congressman Peter King is considering running for president in 2016. King addressed his motivation and his would-be rivals in an interview.
City Councilman Ras Baraka declared victory Tuesday evening in the race for Newark mayor.
The New York City Board of Elections has its work cut out for it, as the city Department of Investigations has asked the board to purge the dead and other ineligible voters from its rolls.
Emboldened by a historic landslide, Bill de Blasio seeks to push ahead with an ambitious liberal agenda aimed at easing the economic inequality.
A lopsided race for governor in New Jersey will be decided Tuesday when voters choose between Republican Gov. Chris Christie and Democrat Barbara Buono.
New York City mayoral candidate Bill Thompson said at a news conference Monday that he was proud to endorse Bill de Blasio as the Democratic nominee.
On Tuesday the board Tweeted that “The cap and the shirt were completely inappropriate work attire, Poll workers should be business casual.”
The Daily News endorsed Lhota in an editorial published Sunday. The paper cited his high-level government service and praised his work getting transit moving again after Superstorm Sandy.
1010 WINS’ John Montone recalls an embarrassing breaking news moment in the early days of his career.
It was a battle between 91-year old incumbent Clarence Michalis and 23-year old recent college grad Nicholas Della Fera in the race for mayor in Lattingtown.
The lawsuit brought by Somerset County Democratic County Chairwoman Peg Schaffer claims the election is illegal and an attempt to suppress the vote.
“It was not commissioned by Commissioner Kelly, and I don’t know who it was commissioned by,” spokesman Paul Browne said.
The leading candidate in a special election for a Queens City Council seat has increased his margin to 80 votes.
Charging that New Yorkers have been faced with chaotic polling place procedures and poorly-trained workers, City Council Speaker Christine Quinn on Wednesday that the New York City Board of Elections fix the problems immediately.