Election 2020: New York City Begins Counting Mail-In Ballots MondayThe race between Democratic Congressman Max Rose and Republic Challenger Nicole Malliotakis has yet to be called, though Rose appears too far behind to catch up.
Election 2020: NYC Board Of Elections Says Counting Mail-In Ballots Will Take Some TimeMore than 1 million mail-in ballots have been sent out in the city alone.
Wait Times Improve At New Jersey Board Of Elections Offices As Voters Try To Get Their Ballots In EarlyWait times to hand in ballots at some New Jersey Board of Elections offices are being compared to recent long lines at the Motor Vehicle Commission.
Election Concerns Grow In Bergen County, N.J. After Dozens Of Mail-In Ballots Found Discarded In DumpsterNorth Arlington police brought in the USPS, which collected all the mail that was found and said the mail has since been correctly delivered.
NYC Public Advocate Jumaane Williams Says New Absentee Packages Will Be Mailed This Week After Widespread ErrorsWilliams says the vendor will cover the cost to pay for those replacement ballots.
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.
New Jersey Making Final Preparations For Unprecedented Vote-By-Mail ElectionAt the office of Bergen County Clerk John Hogan, the staff is busy sending out their first wave of ballots for the 2020 election.
Mail-In Ballots In N.J. To Include Amendment Question On Whether Or Not To Legalize Recreational MarijuanaThe presidential election is just 49 days away, but voters in New Jersey have something else on the ballot -- the legalization of recreational marijuana.
Postmaster General DeJoy Agrees To Testify Before House Oversight Committee On U.S. Postal Service ChangesA showdown is looming on Capitol Hill over controversial service changes at the U.S. Postal Service. They are changes that some fear could impact the election in November.
NJ Councilman Vows To Stay Despite ChargesPaterson Councilman Rigo Rodriguez said he will not resign even though he faces charges stemming from a voter fraud investigation.
Paterson Councilman Arrested In Voter Fraud CaseThe arrests came one day after the state Attorney General's Office announced the arrests of 11 of the councilman's supporters in connection to the case which stems from the May 2010 city council election.