Officials Hold Early Voting Rally At Manhattan ParkPoliticians and advocacy groups are trying to get the word out that for the first time in history early voting is a reality in New York state.
As Safety Concerns Grow, New York Teachers And Parents Want Election Day Polling Sites Moved Out Of SchoolsDistricts like Jericho and East Hampton have spent millions to upgrade security. They believe opening doors to the general public on Primary Day or Election Day erases that progress.
New York State Lawmakers Expected To Approve Major Voting ReformsNew York State lawmakers are expected to approve some major voting reforms Monday. The changes are meant to make it easier for voters to cast their ballots and drive up voter turnout.
New York's Antiquated Voting Laws Set For Monumental OverhaulThe state legislature is expected to enact monumental voting reform that will make it easier to cast a ballot. 
Council Speaker Rips Into Board Of Elections Head Over Big Apple's Election Day FiascoCalled on the carpet and excoriated, the executive director of the city's beleaguered Board of Elections felt the City Council's wrath following a long list of Election Day problems.
Tri-State Voters Pack The Polls To Make Their Voices Heard In Midterm ElectionsVoters are packing the polls across the Tri-State Area Tuesday, making their voices heard in this year’s midterm elections. With record turnout expected and control of Congress on the line, there’s a lot at stake.
'Vote Shaming' Alleged As Controversial Letters Fill Local MailboxesSome organizations are trying to make sure Nov. 6 voting is in everyone’s mind by sending very specific reminders by mail.
Parents Concerned About School Safety On Election Day“I am fearful that a tragedy is going to occur, quite frankly,” Danielle Messina told CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan.
When & Where To Cast Your Vote For Nov. 6 ElectionsCheck Nov. 6 polling times, voter ID requirements, how to get free rides to the polls, where to get time off work to vote and more.
Sunday's The Last Day To Register To Vote In New York PrimariesThe Board of Elections borough offices are accepting in-person voter registration applications until 7 p.m.
Murphy Thanks Voters After New Jersey Governor's Race WinThe Democrat pulled off a decisive double digit victory Tuesday, beating Republican Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno. 
Curran Declares Victory In Tight Race To Replace Indicted Nassau Executive Ed ManganoNumber one on voters' minds seemed to be endemic corruption, dishonesty, and backroom deals.
Voters Split On Re-Electing De Blasio Following Summer Of ControversyA summer of controversy has send Mayor Bill de Blasio's approval rating into a dramatic downward spiral with voters split on whether he should get a second term.
Mixed Reaction From World Leaders, Others Following News Of Trump's VictoryNews of Donald Trump's victory in the U.S. presidential election has drawn mixed reaction from leaders and others around the world.
Voters In Massachusetts, Nevada, And California Say ‘Yes’ To Recreational MarijuanaVoters in Massachusetts and California have approved ballot measures legalizing the recreational use of marijuana.