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If enacted, the law would grant voting rights in local elections to nearly 900,000 noncitizen legal permanent residents.

The most outstanding Democratic absentee ballots are from Manhattan (at 39,596), but Queens and Brooklyn are right behind that with 35,482 and 32,527 respectively. An additional 12,943 are from the Bronx and 5,022 are from Staten Island. These could decide some races.

A discrepancy led 135,000 test ballots to be included in the RCV final tally. The BOE and software maker blame human error.

One longtime BOE Commissioner had a laugh giving NYC voters the finger on Election Day.

As voters continue to await results from primary contests across the city, lawmakers are expected to move a handful of bills aimed at preventing a repeat of some of this summer’s chaos come November.

De Blasio allegedly worked—unsuccessfully—to circumvent State Senate campaign donation limits to help three upstate Dems.

After fifty years of service, the city's lever voting machines will

Photograph by Daniella Zalcman PolitickerNY reports that the NYC Board of