Board of Elections

A voter looks over a sample 2016 New York ballot showing presidential candidates on multiple party lines.
New York’s unusual, controversial cross-endorsement practice is under discussion.
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The broken machines and long lines on Election Day turned some New Yorkers away from exercising their right to vote.
Committee holds seven-minute meeting after widespread Election Day complaints.
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Antonio Delgado defeated Representative John Faso as blue wave hits New York.
Rounding up the week’s political news.
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Voters waited in long lines to cast their vote.
To fix New York City’s election mess, Albany needs to create a nonpartisan body.
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A police officers helps direct voters arriving to cast their ballots in the 2018 mid-term general election at a polling site in Brooklyn
Here’s how so many New Yorkers were blocked from voting – and why it could happen again.
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio votes in the 2018 general election at the Park Slope Library in Brooklyn.
The NYC Board of Elections has a history of issues.
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Someone casting a vote electronically
E-voting could be more accessible and secure.
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Voters wait in line to cast their ballot during the 2016 election at PS 8 in Brooklyn.
Maloney, Eve call for tougher action after NYC Board of Elections’ 2016 fiasco.
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Then-state Senate Independent Conference Leader Jeff Klein at the announcement of a reunification agreement with mainline state Senate Democrats.
Why it was ruled illegal and whether the IDC senators will ever refund the campaign cash.
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Assemblyman Brian Miller being sworn in.
“I did not sign that.” “That’s impossible.” “I’d like to know who’s using my name.”
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