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Here's a breakdown of what to expect this Election Day.

After continued back-and-forth, Republican election officials backed down from threats to defy the courts on absentee ballot canvassing.

New Yorkers will weigh in on three race-related issues this election season, but only if they remember to turn the ballot over and cast their votes.

A new poll from Siena College found that prospective voters are motivated by economic issues and crime.

The test is whether the Times' endorsement will have enough influence to bring a candidate to the finish line.

City officials and immigrant rights activists say some were deprived of sufficient food, water and medical care during their journey north.

Lee Zeldin faced a barrage of criticism from his three opponents – Andrew Giuliani, Harry Wilson and Rob Astorino.

Early voting runs through June 26th and Primary Day is June 28th.

Voters in a new district comprising Lower Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn have relatively little time to decide among 15 candidates that include former Mayor Bill de Blasio.