NYPD Prepares For Potential Election Day Protests Following Unrest During Summer DemonstrationsThe NYPD is putting the finishing touches on its plan to protect residents and businesses from possible protests related to next week's election.
Early Voting Begins In New York; Election Officials Prepared For Massive OperationIt's the first time in history that New Yorkers can vote early in a presidential election. Election officials are prepared for a massive operation, and some speedbumps along the way.
Visitors Will Be Allowed At Susan B. Anthony's Grave On Election Day With Social Distancing Rules In EffectThis year, the entrance and exit will be separated to keep visitors apart and social distancing rules will apply.
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 City Church Communities Teaming Up To Register Voters Before Oct. 9 DeadlineNext Friday, Oct. 9, is the final day to register to vote.
Campaign 2020: Race For Congress Between Democrat Max Rose, Republican Nicole Malliotakis Is One Of Country's Most ContentiousRepublican Nicole Malliotakis is chomping at the bit the unseat Democrat Max Rose in one of the country's most closely watched matchups.
Barclays Center Gearing Up To Be Safe Place To Vote In 2020 ElectionOfficials said Tuesday it will be a safe place for New Yorkers to have their voices heard during the COVID-19 crisis.
'As Goes Hempstead Town, So Goes The State Of New York': All Eyes On Elections In Nassau CountyHempstead Town had long been considered the heart of the nation's Republican party. 
Election Day 2019: New York Voters Cast Their Ballots In Closely Watched RacesNew York City residents will cast their votes in two closely watched races and five ballot questions.
Early Voting Starts Saturday Across New York StateEarly voting starts Saturday across New York State, but it's causing concern for some city public school parents.
Parents At Odds With City Over New Early Voting In SchoolsStarting Saturday through next Sunday, Nov. 3, New Yorkers will be able to vote at 33 designated public schools across the city.