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.
NYC Board Of Elections Official Says All Ballots May Not Be Counted Until DecemberMail-in ballots must be dropped off or postmarked by Election Day, Nov. 3, and received by Nov. 10. So the Board cannot even start counting until a week after Election Day.
Long Lines At Polling Places Persist On Day 6 Of Early Voting In New York CityVoters in Brownsville lined up early again, despite rainy weather. But, elected officials said early voting turnout is lower there than in other parts of the district.
NYC Board Of Elections Secretary Responds To Criticism Over Long Early Voting Lines: 'I Think A Lot Of It Is Unfair'Board secretary Frederic Umane says no one helped find suitable places willing to let their space be used for nearly two weeks.
De Blasio Calls For Board Of Elections Overhaul After Waiting In Long Early Voting LineHe said the Board of Elections should be bipartisan and functional, and he wants a Constitutional amendment to fundamentally change it.
Coronavirus Impact: Poll Workers Concerned About Being Able To Get To Work For Long Election Day And NightVoter turnout in the Tri-State Area is expected to be unprecedented and so is the number of people registering to work at the polls.
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.
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.
Officials Hold Early Voting Rally At Manhattan ParkPoliticians and advocacy groups are trying to get the word out that for the first time in history early voting is a reality in New York state.
Parents Voice Safety Concerns Over Early Election Voting At Manhattan Public SchoolAs election season nears, there are growing concerns about strangers on school campuses.
Queens District Attorney: 16 Votes Still Separate Katz, Caban In Democratic PrimaryBoth campaigns in the Queens District Attorney Democratic Primary race are calling for every eligible vote to be counted.
Queens District Attorney: Katz Leads Caban By 16 Points; Lawyers Hash Out Rules Of RecountPublic defender Tiffany Caban declared victory on Election Night, but a tally of paper ballots reversed the results, putting Queens Borough President Melinda Katz in the lead.
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.