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.
Brooklyn Lawmaker Introduces Bill Giving Prison Inmates The Right To Vote In New YorkState Sen. Kevin Parker of Brooklyn has introduced legislation that would give inmates still serving time inside the state’s prison system the right to vote in all elections.
As Safety Concerns Grow, New York Teachers And Parents Want Election Day Polling Sites Moved Out Of SchoolsDistricts like Jericho and East Hampton have spent millions to upgrade security. They believe opening doors to the general public on Primary Day or Election Day erases that progress.
NYC Board Of Elections Exposes All Voters' Names And Addresses OnlineBecause of the online dump, anyone from your nosy neighbor to a harassing political activist can come knocking on your door after a few clicks of their mouse.
New York State Lawmakers Expected To Approve Major Voting ReformsNew York State lawmakers are expected to approve some major voting reforms Monday. The changes are meant to make it easier for voters to cast their ballots and drive up voter turnout.
New Jersey Voters See Early Lines, Calmer Afternoons On Election DayVoting lines in the morning however, were packed no matter what state you were in.
Philanthropist Says Mobile Voting Possible Within 10 YearsNew technology is often cited as one likely solution to Election Day difficulties. Now there's even an app that's offering promise.
NYC Ballot Questions: NYC Adds Controversial Measures For Election DayNew Yorkers in the five boroughs are voting Tuesday not just for their preferred candidates, but for three less-publicized measures.
'Vote Shaming' Alleged As Controversial Letters Fill Local MailboxesSome organizations are trying to make sure Nov. 6 voting is in everyone’s mind by sending very specific reminders by mail.