Midnight is the deadline for New Yorkers to have their voter registration envelopes postmarked.
About 90,000 new voters have added their names to the rolls in Connecticut for this year. But will they show up?
Federal Judge Deborah Batts said she sees improvements in the city’s efforts to make polling places accessible to disabled people, but she’s not yet satisfied.
When it comes to voter registration, New York comes close to the bottom of the list, but the state hopes a new online registration program will change that.
Republican Pennsylvania State Representative Mike Turzai gives away true intent of Republicans’ new voter ID laws.
In Connecticut, if you will be 18-years-old by the general election on November 6, you are eligible to preregister and vote in the primaries.
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.
One Connecticut mayor is asking the legislature to allow illegal immigrants to vote in local elections.
They’re trying to bring back the old lever machines because a court order has the new optical scan machines impounded as votes are still being recounted from last month’s general elections.
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.
It took days after the November 3 election to determine that Democrat Dan Malloy had defeated Republican Tom Foley in the Connecticut Governor’s race.
Connecticut’s race for governor was finally over Wednesday night. Or was it? Democrat Dan Malloy has been declared the winner, but Republican Tom Foley is refusing to concede.
Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal was elected to the Senate on Tuesday in a bruising cage-fight of a campaign against pro wrestling mogul Linda McMahon, extending the Democrats’ hold on the seat.
Goodbye, “Rock the Vote.” Hello, “Tweet the Vote!” New York City residents are turning to the popular microblogging site as a soapdish to express their feelings about their voting experience on Election Day.
The major party candidates for Connecticut governor are both expressing confidence, as they try to get supporters to the polls.
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