Election Day is in two weeks and early voting start this weekend. The NYPD has laid out a robust policing plan to protect New Yorkers' right to vote. It'll include stepped-up patrolling of polling places, guarding against potential cyber attacks and demonstrations. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports
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NYPD Has Plan To Protect Everyone's Right To VoteElection Day is in two weeks and early voting start this weekend. The NYPD has laid out a robust policing plan to protect New Yorkers' right to vote. It'll include stepped-up patrolling of polling places, guarding against potential cyber attacks and demonstrations. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports
NYC Offering Incentives To Help VotingNew York City is working to make early voting even easier.
NYPD Officials Discuss Election Day SecurityNYPD officials discussed their plans for Election Day security, as well as for early voting, which starts Oct. 24.
Trump To Participate In Final Debate, Upset About Mics Being MutedPresident Donald Trump says he'll participate in Thursday night's second and final presidential debate, but he's not happy about the changes the debate commission has made. Natalie Brand reports.
Trump, Biden Hit Campaign Trail HardThe president and his Democratic challenger started the day in church in Las Vegas and Delaware, respectively. Biden then went to North Carolina, while Trump visited Nevada. CBS2's Tom Hanson reports
Poll Workers Express Concerns About Transportation On Election DayThey told CBS2's Lisa Rozner they are expected to work long hours, but are concerned about getting to voting locations due to mass transit shutdowns.
President Trump Returns To Campaign Trail After COVID DiagnosisThe president claims he is now immune from the virus. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
VP Watch Party Held At Drive-In Theater In QueensThose in attendance appreciated actual issues being discussed by Vice President Mike Pence and Democratic nominee Kamala Harris. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports
Postal Worker Accused Of Dumping Mail, Election BallotsNicholas Beauchene started working as a U.S. Postal Service worker in July. Less than four months later, he has resigned after being accused of tossing 627 pieces of first-class mail, 99 general election ballots, 276 campaign flyers, and much more over the course of one week in Bergen and Essex counties. CBSN New York's Christina Fan reports
Wait Times Improve At New Jersey Board Of Elections Offices As Voters Try To Get Their Ballots In EarlyWait times to hand in ballots at some New Jersey Board of Elections offices are being compared to recent long lines at the Motor Vehicle Commission. CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Norah O'Donnell Breaks Down What To Expect From The Vice-Presidential DebateA key moment in Campaign 2020 is set to unfold. The one, and only, vice presidential debate is being held from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. CBS Evening News anchor Norah O'Donnell talks with Maurice DuBois and Kristine Johnson about what to look for.
Deadlines To Register To Vote Coming UpThe election is less than a month away and the deadlines to register to vote are fast approaching.
Mail-In Ballot Concerns Grow In New JerseyDozens of blank mail-in ballots were found in a dumpster in North Arlington and it's not the only problem in Bergen County. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports
Trump Not Discussing Report On His Tax ReturnsAhead of Tuesday's first presidential debate, the president refused to address the New York Times report that said he had not paid federal income taxes in 10 of the previous 15 years. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports
Wrong Envelope Sent With Absentee Ballots To Some NYC VotersThe city blamed the problem on an outside vendor. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports
Trump Calls N.Y. Times Tax Story FakeThe newspaper's report says the president did not pay federal income taxes in 10 of the last 15 years and only $750 in 2016 and 2017. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports
New York County Election Official Says Voter Fraud Virtually Non-Existent, 'Safeguards' In Place To Ease Ballot AnxietyIt’s a time of high anxiety for people worried about voter fraud and election security. CBS2’s Tony Aiello met a woman who realized she’s listed as an active voter in New York and New Jersey. Believe it or not, it’s legal.
Early Voting Site Approved For Parkchester Section Of BronxRep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was on hand for the announcement and said the sooner the site is staffed, the better. CBSN New York's Hazel Sanchez reports
NYC Moves To Make It Easier To Register To VoteAny city resident can use the online portal to get registered before the presidential election.
Democratic National Convention Enters Day 3It's day three of the Democratic National Convention. Speakers include vice presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris and former President Barack Obama. Skyler Henry reports.
Trump Campaign, Republican National Committee Sue N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy Over Vote-By-Mail Executive OrderThe lawsuit says only state legislatures have the authority to change election rules.
Democratic National Convention Kicks Off VirtuallyThe Democratic National Convention is entering its second of four days. The event kicked off in virtual form with former first lady Michelle Obama giving a scathing critique of the Trump presidency. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
'Day Of Action' Planned To Draw Attention To Recent Changes At The U.S. Postal ServiceSupporters will demand the reversal of policy decisions that some say threaten the coming November election. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Postmaster General DeJoy Agrees To Testify Before House Oversight Committee On U.S. Postal Service ChangesA showdown is looming on Capitol Hill over controversial service changes at the U.S. Postal Service. They are changes that some fear could impact the election in November. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.