NYPD Unveils Plan To Protect New Yorkers During Elections: 'If Anyone Tries To Interfere With Anyone's Right To Vote, We Will Take Action'Early voting begins at select locations in New York City on Oct. 24. Voters can also submit absentee ballots. 
Pundit: Intense Rose-Malliotakis Congressional Race A Toss UpA heated debate was held Wednesday night in New York City's hottest Congressional race.
Coronavirus Impact: Poll Workers Concerned About Being Able To Get To Work For Long Election Day And NightVoter turnout in the Tri-State Area is expected to be unprecedented and so is the number of people registering to work at the polls.
New York Musicians Using Song To Urge Women To Get Out To VoteIt is a catchy tune directed at some of the voters who tend to stay away from the polls.
Absentee Ballots Still Being Counted From Last Month's Primary In New YorkFour boroughs - Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx started opening envelopes and counting ballots today. 
Deadline Reached For Absentee Ballot Applications For June 23 Primary, Special ElectionAfter today, voters may apply in person through June 22 or by early voting through June 21. 
Election Day 2019: Incumbent NYC Public Advocate Jumaane Williams Wins Re-Election, Melinda Katz Is New Queens DAPolls closed at 9 p.m. Tuesday as people across the state cast ballots in county and municipal races.
Voting In New York, New Jersey, Connecticut: When & Where To Cast Your BallotNew York voters now have the option to cast their ballots ahead of Election Day on Nov. 5.
Queens District Attorney: Primary Race Between Tiffany Caban And Melinda Katz Too Close To CallWith over 90 percent of precincts reporting, Caban reportedly has a 39-38 percent lead over Katz.
Amid Public Outrage, NYC Board Of Elections Pulls Private Voter Records From InternetAfter massive public backlash, and the possibility for legal backlash as well, the New York City Board of Elections has quickly wiped the public’s private information from the internet.
Board Of Elections Pushes Back Against Already-Approved Plan To Bring Early Voting To NYCAn intense tug-of-war is heating up between Mayor de Blasio and the city’s Board of Elections executive director, Michael Ryan.