Queens District Attorney: Political Newcomer Tiffany Caban Concedes Primary Race, Ends 6-Week Election FightCabán told supporters on Tuesday night that her campaign was conceding the Democratic primary to Queens Borough President Melinda Katz after a judicial review of disputed ballots
NJ Councilman Caught On Camera Disturbing Voters In Their Homes Hours After Election EndedPolice came and checked out the ring video and found a man in a suit seen rifling through a stack of papers on her doorstep.
Israel's Netanyahu And Gantz Both Declare Victory In Election For Prime MinisterBoth Prime Minister Netanyahu and the leaders of the rival Blue and White party, former military chief Benny Gantz and centrist politician Yair Lapid, have declared victory in Israel's elections
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.
Elections End, But Campaign Signs Linger Across State - Who Cleans Up?Up and down New Jersey roads, the signs can still be found stuck in the ground and posted to electric poles.
Sen. Chris Murphy Wins Re-Election In ConnecticutU.S. Sen. Chris Murphy won a second term in office on Tuesday, defeating a little-known Republican small businessman after spending much of the campaign on the stump for fellow Democrats.
Yonkers Teen Overcomes A Stroke To Vote In First ElectionAmoon Khrisat Velazquez has been preparing for Election Day since April. That's when she became old enough to vote.
New Jersey Voters See Early Lines, Calmer Afternoons On Election DayVoting lines in the morning however, were packed no matter what state you were in.
New Jersey Youngsters Learn The Value Of VotingThe push to get out the vote is stronger than ever in Bergen County. Students at the Hovnanian School are getting a taste of what it's really like to vote.
Top Intel Chiefs: Russian Election Interference ContinuesRussia is still trying to meddle in United States elections, and now the White House is outlining its plan to fight back against the Kremlin.
Twin Sisters Are Both Running For Office, But In Opposite PartiesTwin sisters Monica Sparks and Jessica Ann Tyson are so much alike that both running for public office in Michigan.
Mobile Couch: Kids In Harlem Help To Get Out The VoteA group of sixth grade students are giving their neighbors a lesson in civic responsibility. TV 10-55's Alex Denis checks in with students from Democracy Prep Endurance Middle School, who are educating local residents as to the importance of voting.