Board of Elections

The New York City Board of Elections is officially moving ahead with a plan to send new absentee ballot packages to about 100,000 voters in Brooklyn.
Those who mail the wrong ballot materials risk falling through the cracks.
Public defender Tiffany Caban listens as Queens borough President Melinda Katz speaks during a Queens District Attorney candidates forum at St. John's University.
Questions still surround the certified results of the Queens DA Democratic primary.
New York City voting machines.
Just 16 votes separate Katz and Cabán – and that’s just one of the remarkable numbers.
Voting
The contested Queens DA race has some up in arms about the fairness of New York’s elections.
Public defender Tiffany Caban listens as Queens borough President Melinda Katz speaks during a Queens District Attorney candidates forum at St. John's University.
The Queens DA race recount has some questioning their faith in the democratic process.
Frank Seddio, the chairman of Brooklyn’s Democratic Party.
The Kings County Democratic chairman has been known to defend people who no one else would.
A 'vote here' sign outside of the Park Slope library in Brooklyn for Tuesday's public advocate special election.
New Yorkers may vote for public advocate four times this year.
New Yorkers line up to cast their votes for President of the United States on Tuesday, November 8th, 2016
A ‘back-end’ model will have a much greater effect
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.
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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