BROOKLYN – Primary elections are today! Like we wrote yesterday, [/dont-forget-to-vote-on-tuesday-heres-how/] the Primary is the election that truly matters, particularly in this borough. Primaries are also notorious for low turnout, and this year matters are further complicated by the current pandemic restrictions and the fact that many of those who requested
New York City — Last night the city held a general elections for city civil court, supreme court, and the District 45th city council seat tomorrow. On the ballot were also proposed revisions to the New York City Charter, legislation proposals built on public meetings and hearings throughout the city that
The New York City Campaign Finance Board posted regrets Wednesday after not updating their Voter Guide to reflect an executive order restoring the voting rights of some previously incarcerated voters. On page 15 of the 2018 Voter Guide (English), a response to whether a convicted felon can vote reads, “If
Photo by BKLYNERTuesday, September 12 is New York City’s Primary Elections. Polls will be open from 6am to 9pm. Our coverage area has variation depending on exactly where you live. To get detailed information based on your exact address, visit New York City Campaign Finance Board [http://www.nyccfb.
DOT rep Quinn Kelly addressing the CB 7 transportation committee and Windsor Terrace residents, June 19 at P.S. 154. (Photo by Carly Miller/BKLYNER)After a lively debate last night, Community Board 7’s transportation committee members voted to approve a Department of Transportation proposal for painted-on bike lanes
Photo by Park Slope StoopTuesday, September 13 is New York’s Primary Elections. Polls will be open from 6am – 9pm. Our coverage area has variation depending on exactly where you live. To get detailed information based on your exact address, visit Voter’s Edge New York [http://votersedge.nyccfb.info/