New York Musicians Using Song To Urge Women To Get Out To VoteIt is a catchy tune directed at some of the voters who tend to stay away from the polls.
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.
Light On Cash, De Blasio Opponent Sal Albanese Goes Online To Sway Primary VotersIn a sure sign that summer is almost over, the Democratic mayoral candidates are taking to the airwaves.
Voters Split On Re-Electing De Blasio Following Summer Of ControversyA summer of controversy has send Mayor Bill de Blasio's approval rating into a dramatic downward spiral with voters split on whether he should get a second term.
Campaign Finance Board Announces City Council Candidate Community Forum SponsorsThe forums will be an opportunity for voters to hear directly from candidates for eight City Council seats in which the incumbents are not seeking reelection.
Competition Announced To Redesign 'I Voted' StickersThe "I Voted" stickers featuring the Statue of Liberty design debuted four years ago.
Concerned Residents Talk Election Year Issues At Town Meeting In Staten IslandThemes that had emerged from previous meetings included concern about affordable housing, education, and hospital access among many other issues.
Queens Residents Raise The Big Issues At Town Hall MeetingQueens residents talked about the issues they want to ask mayoral candidates Tuesday evening, in the fourth in a series of town hall meetings.
Residents Talk Issues At Town Hall Meeting In BrooklynBrooklyn residents turned out Tuesday evening for the third in a series of town hall meetings to discuss local issues.