Campaign 2020: What To Expect At The Polls On Election Day In New York, New Jersey And ConnecticutThe impressive early voter turnout has made it pretty clear that this year's general election has been unlike any other.
NYC Votes Campaign Working To Get New Yorkers Registered To Vote Despite Pandemic's ImpactThey say there's been a nearly 50% drop in registration from the same time in the 2016 election cycle.
Competition Announced To Redesign 'I Voted' StickersThe "I Voted" stickers featuring the Statue of Liberty design debuted four years ago.
OMG, New York City Council OKs Text Donations For ElectionsThe City Council voted Tuesday to allow residents to donate via text message. Under the bill, which must be signed by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a voter could use their phones to give up to $99 to a candidate in an election cycle.
Liu To Sue City For Denying Public Matching Funds During Mayoral RaceThe comptroller said he will sue for damages for loss of civil rights, mental and emotional harm, loss of professional reputation and loss of dignity.
Liu Denied Public Matching Funds For Campaign Due To 'Substantial Evidence' Of Wrongdoing"The evidence suggests that the potential violations are serious and pervasive across campaign's fundraising,'' the board said in a statement read at the hearing. Liu's lawyer said an appeal is planned.
Embattled NYS Assemblyman Vito Lopez Running For City CouncilThe 71-year-old Lopez announced in February that his health was deteriorating and that he was extremely fatigued. Still, talk circulated of a possible council run.
Former Queens City Council Hopeful Indicted On Campaign Finance Fraud ChargesThe federal indictment unsealed in court Wednesday revealed fraud and obstruction of justice charges against Queens Democratic district leader Albert Baldeo.