Election Day 2019: New Jersey County Sides With ICE, Defies State's Sanctuary Policy In Landslide VoteCounty residents declared they would support federal immigration officials working in the state. That ballot measure passed on Tuesday with 67 percent of voters voting yes to support ICE.
Election Day 2019: Women Make History In NYC SuburbsElection night brought historic victories for two suburban women. One's a Democrat. The other, a Republican. Neither has ever held office, but both say it's time for the ladies to lead.
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.
Jersey City Voters Pass Limits On Airbnb, Short-Term RentalsJersey City has become increasingly popular with tourists seeking an alternative to pricey New York lodging.
Close New Jersey Races UncalledNew Jersey voters cast ballots Tuesday to decide how big an advantage Democrats will have in the state's General Assembly in the first legislative contest since Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy took office in 2018.
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.
Breaking Down The Races & Ballot Questions In Tuesday's General ElectionLarry Levy, executive dean of the National Center for Suburban Studies at Hofstra University, joins CBSN New York's Dick Brennan to break down Tuesday's general election.
Jersey City Residents Set To Vote On Hotly Contested Airbnb RulesThe fight to regulate the short-term rental industry has been an expensive and heated one.
Suffolk County Executive Facing Comptroller In Next Week's ElectionSteve Bellone has been at it for eight years and he wants another four at the helm of Suffolk County. Republican John Kennedy says he has radically different views.
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.