Primary Day

Some voters in Manhattan's 5th district were outraged by this shirt worn by a polling inspector. (Credit Karma Martell via Twitter)

Some Voters Disgusted By Manhattan Polling Inspector’s T-Shirt

On Tuesday the board Tweeted that “The cap and the shirt were completely inappropriate work attire, Poll workers should be business casual.”


Adam Haber in Roslyn greeting a voter on primary day; Tom Suozzi and wife Helene arriving to vote in Glen Cove (credit: Mona Rivera/1010 WINS)

Democrats Casting Votes For Nassau County Executive On L.I.

Candidates Tom Suozzi and Adam Haber each expressed confidence about winning the democratic nod for Nassau County Executive as they greeted voters early Tuesday.


Get Out The Vote

Mobile Couch: Kids In Harlem Help To Get Out The Vote

A group of sixth grade students are giving their neighbors a lesson in civic responsibility. TV 10-55’s Alex Denis checks in with students from Democracy Prep Endurance Middle School, who are educating local residents as to the importance of voting.


(Photo credit should read EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

Voters Head To The Polls In New York For Primary Day

More than 20 Assembly seats and four Senate seats are up for grabs. There is also an unusual number of contests without incumbents because more than 20 of 150 Assembly members and four of 62 senators have retired or resigned this term.


Carl Paladino on stage after winning the Republican Gubernatorial primary (AP Photo/Don Heupel)

Paladino: NY’ers Are Fed Up With Government

Paladino spoke with 1010 WINS Wednesday and said his primary victory was a message from New Yorkers that they weren’t going to take politics as usual anymore.


A woman casts her vote at the 92nd Street Y/PHOTO CREDIT DNAinfo/Gabriela Resto-Montero

Primary Day 2010: Results

Primary Day in New York was full of surprises.

CBS 2–09/15/2010

Carl Paladino thanks the voters for putting him ahead of Rick Lazio. (credit: CBS 2)

Strong Brew: Tea Party Rocks GOP In NY

Early on, Carl Paladino wasn’t taken seriously, and until recently Rick Lazio refused to even utter his name, but as CBS 2’s Kathryn Brown reports, the Tea Party-backed candidate stunned the nation with an unlikely win.


Manhattan polling place

Bloomberg: Poll Problems ‘A Royal Screw-Up’

There were major problems at the polls on primary day in New York and it’s all connected to the debut of the state’s new electronic voting machines.

CBS 2–09/14/2010