Campaigns & Elections

Judges can hold incredible sway over the lives of New Yorkers, but barely any voters know who the candidates for judge are.
Some of the candidates aren’t campaigning and don’t live where they are running.
Former New York City Councilmember Melissa Mark-Viverito.
The group seeking equal representation for women on the City Council announced its slate of 33 endorsements.
Rep. Antonio Delgado
Democrats hope to inch closer to defeating Trump-linked candidates.
New Yorkers line up for early voting on October 24th.
While boards of elections could have been more prepared, a confluence of problems caused hours long wait times.
Voters are generally asked to leave attire supporting a candidate on the ballot at home before they vote.
Candidate merchandise is a no-go, but other political apparel is allowed.
City & State analyzes this year's competitive state Senate races.
Will Democrats maintain and grow their majority?
New York City Councilman Carlos Menchaca at a hearing.
The New York City Council Member wants to ride the progressive wave to Gracie Mansion.
Rep. Max Rose called is calling out challenger Assembly Member Nicole Malliotakis.
NY Candidates in both parties have been the subject of misleading attacks.
Manhattan DAs
Progressive candidates are competing to be the leftest of them all.
The New York State Senate Chamber in Albany.
Companies, unions and charter school advocates are hoping to influence key races across the state.