Amid Public Outrage, NYC Board Of Elections Pulls Private Voter Records From InternetAfter massive public backlash, and the possibility for legal backlash as well, the New York City Board of Elections has quickly wiped the public’s private information from the internet.
Board Of Elections Pushes Back Against Already-Approved Plan To Bring Early Voting To NYCAn intense tug-of-war is heating up between Mayor de Blasio and the city’s Board of Elections executive director, Michael Ryan.
Privacy Scandal: Advocates Say NYC Board Of Elections Broke Law By Dumping Your Name, Address On The InternetA spokesperson for the board insisted it was given “permission" to publish the list on its website, but refused to say who gave the green light.
Board Of Elections Chief Michael Ryan Under Fire For Potential Conflict Of InterestReports say a company that makes voting machines flew Ryan around the country, put him up in hotels, and he failed to accurately report it.
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.
Letitia James Likely City's Next Public Advocate After Winning Democratic RunoffJames defeated state Sen. Daniel Squadron in incomplete and unofficial returns and faces a general election next month without a Republican opponent.
BOE: 78K Paper Ballots To Be Counted In Democratic Mayoral PrimaryBipartisan teams across the city are unsealing and opening more than 5,000 voting machines Friday.