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.
NYC Board Of Elections Looking Into Absentee Ballot ErrorsWith just five weeks to go until Election Day, a mass error sent thousands of mixed-up ballots and return envelopes to voters in Brooklyn.
Judge Orders Trump Administration To Halt USPS Cuts Ahead Of 2020 ElectionNew York and other states filed a lawsuit against the administration after massive cutbacks cause nationwide service delays. 
Campaign 2020: Connecticut Voters Head To Polls For Primary ElectionThe primary was postponed back in April because of the coronavirus pandemic. 
New Yorkers Urged To Fill Out Census, Register To Vote With Deadlines Less Than 100 Days AwayMayor Bill de Blasio is encouraging people to complete the 2020 census and make sure they are registered to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
Campaign 2020: Political Newcomer Jamaal Bowman Defeats 16-Term Rep. Eliot EngelBowman campaigned on the message that Engel, the 73-year-old chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, had lost touch with his economically and racially diverse district.
Campaign 2020: New Jersey Voters Head To Polls, Mail In Ballots For Primary ElectionsThis year, the state has shifted to a system that’s mostly done by mail.
NYCLU, Public Advocate Push Board Of Elections To Address Voting Issues Before NovemberThere was chaos during Tuesday's primary election, with voters complaining of untrained poll workers and half ballots.
Campaign 2020: New York Voters Cast Their Ballots Tuesday In Primary RacesVoters will cast their ballots in the Democratic presidential primary and several other races.
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. 
Campaign 2020: New York, New Jersey Primary Election Deadlines And DetailsNew York and New Jersey both postponed their 2020 Primary Elections because of the COVID-19 shutdown, but voters can still cast their ballots this summer.