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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.
WNYC's Brigid Bergin breaks down what to watch for this week.
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.