Elected officials would do well to remember that it is the job of the voters to pick their representatives, it is not the job of elected officials to pick who gets to vote.
Donald Payne Jr. defeated five other challengers in the Democratic primary for New Jersey’s 10th Congressional District seat.
Finding out the unofficial results after New York City’s polls close can require plenty of patience, thanks to a paper-and-scissors, multiple-person process.
Despite his absence from early primary coverage, Current TV’s Keith Olbermann will soon be part of the act.
President Barack Obama was in New York City Wednesday attending three fundraisers to raise money for his re-election bid.
Christie held a 20-minute conference call with candidates and party activists, urging them to work hard for state, county and local candidates in the final days of the campaign.
Angela Genova, a lawyer for both campaigns, confirmed the settlement, which showed up in recently filed campaign finance documents for the New Jersey Democrats.
Unlike in other states, voters get a direct say on their taxes to pay for schools. They’ll also vote on school board candidates.
New Jersey school budgets and school board candidates will be up for votes in a rare Wednesday election. The school elections were moved to Wednesday so they wouldn’t conflict with Passover this year.
A special election was being held Thursday in White Plains to fill the vacancy left when Mayor Adam Bradley resigned in February after being convicted of domestic violence.
Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch said the state Senate’s Republican majority was “dishonorable” for putting off the critical redistricting reform they promised in last fall’s election.
A group of New York elected officials and voting advocates are calling for a package of reforms like early voting, same day registration and allowing New Yorkers to fill out ballots at home.
A recount of Bridgeport votes that held up the results of Connecticut’s governor’s race on Election Day is set to begin.
The secretary of the state is scheduled to formally certify the Nov. 2 elections at her Capitol office today, a day before the deadline set by state law to do so.
The Election Day troubles in Bridgeport have raised questions about Connecticut’s decentralized voting system, where locally elected officials have control over the elections.
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