Gov. Cuomo Signs Bill Expanding Voting Access For Convicted FelonsNow, Department of Correction officials must provide a voter registration form as former prisoners leave facilities.
NYC Launching $15 Million Campaign To Educate Voters About Ranked Choice VotingUnder the new voting method, New Yorkers will list candidates in order of preference instead of choosing just one.
Election 2020: New Yorkers Head To The Polls Following Record Early Voting TurnoutMore than 1.1 million ballots were cast in New York City before polls opened Tuesday morning.
Election 2020: For First Time Voters, Casting Their Ballot Has Special MeaningFor some, Tuesday marked the very first time voting in an election. Their take on the experience? A privilege.
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.
101-Year-Old Queens Resident Anna Belfield Proud To Cast Her Vote In 2020 Election: 'I Changed The World'She believes not voting is disrespecting those who fought so hard to make days like this happen.
Mismatched Signatures And More: Common Mistakes Could Delay Your Vote From Being CountedWhen they check your signature, they can get persnickety. For example, if your signature on record has a middle initial, you better not forget 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.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Issues Executive Order Giving New Yorkers More Options For Voting In Presidential ElectionWith COVID-19, many voters want to avoid the lines and crowds at the polls.
Barclays Center Gearing Up To Be Safe Place To Vote In 2020 ElectionOfficials said Tuesday it will be a safe place for New Yorkers to have their voices heard during the COVID-19 crisis.
Gov. Murphy Says Voting In New Jersey Will Be Done Mostly By Mail“It doesn't matter what party you're in, everybody gets a ballot,” Murphy said.
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.
Gov. Murphy Restores Voting Rights For Roughly 80,000 ConvictsThe governor say the initiatives are part of what he calls his Second Chance agenda.
On The Ballot? New Jersey Lawmakers Debate If Voters Should Decide Marijuana LegalizationDemocrat-led Assembly and Senate committees held public hearings on the proposed referendum, as required under the law.
Election Day 2019: New York Voters Cast Their Ballots In Closely Watched RacesNew York City residents will cast their votes in two closely watched races and five ballot questions.