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Borough President, Local Pols Call For Investigation, Reforms Following Voting Delays
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Borough President, Local Pols Call For Investigation, Reforms Following Voting Delays

After an election day marred by long lines [/sloppy-start-on-election-day/], malfunctioning ballot scanners [/ballot-scanners-down-throughout-brooklyn/] and confused poll workers [/opinion-we-need-better-trained-poll-workers/], Brooklyn politicians have set their sights on serious election reform. This morning, Borough President Eric Adams took to the steps of the Brooklyn Board of Elections (BOE) building downtown to call for

Here’s A Breakdown Of Your Local Primary Results
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Here’s A Breakdown Of Your Local Primary Results

Photo via e.ann.s [https://www.instagram.com/p/BKUMkEzB0rrGRKm9BYJDdzW0BaGEqwm8IwBXfs0/?tagged=ivoted&hl=en] The election results are in for the primary elections which took place on Tuesday, September 13 [/blog/politics/new-yorks-primary-elections-are-tomorrow-heres-what-you-need-to-know/] . All races in our immediate neighborhood involved Democratic candidates. Republicans in our area are running uncontested,

Elected Officials Push For French Creole And Russian Interpreters At Polling Sites
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Elected Officials Push For French Creole And Russian Interpreters At Polling Sites

Photo by Fort Greene Focus.Local elected officials have rallied around efforts to add French Creole and Russian interpreters and translations at polling stations. Following the presidential primary debacle, in which more than 125,000 Brooklyn Democrats [http://www.sheepsheadbites.com/2016/04/brighton-beach-among-handful-brooklyn-nabes-voted-sanders/] were dropped from voter rolls, Mayor

Elected Officials Push For Russian And French Creole Interpreters At Polling Sites
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Elected Officials Push For Russian And French Creole Interpreters At Polling Sites

Photo by Fort Greene Focus.Local elected officials have rallied around efforts to add Russian and French Creole interpreters and translations at polling stations. Following the presidential primary debacle, in which more than 125,000 Brooklyn Democrats [/brighton-beach-among-handful-brooklyn-nabes-voted-sanders/] were dropped from voter rolls, Mayor Bill de Blasio has offered the

Board Of Elections Official Suspended Over Brooklyn’s Presidential Primary Debacle
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Board Of Elections Official Suspended Over Brooklyn’s Presidential Primary Debacle

Photo by Fort Greene Focus.The Board of Elections has booted the official that it says is responsible for Tuesday’s disastrous Democratic primary [/blog/2016/04/19/entire-block-omitted-voter-rolls-says-poll-worker/]. Brooklyn Chief Clerk Diane Hasslet-Rudiano was suspended without pay by the the Commissioners’ Executive Committee of the Board of Elections following

125,000 Brooklynites Purged From Voter Rolls & More Primary Problems
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125,000 Brooklynites Purged From Voter Rolls & More Primary Problems

Affidavit ballot. (Photo: John Morton [https://www.flickr.com/photos/morton/3002941350/in/photolist-5zmRQS] / Flickr) Tuesday’s primaries have raised more questions than answers for Brooklynites. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has opened an investigation [http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/21/nyregion/new-york-attorney-general-opens-inquiry-into-primary-day-complaints.html] and New York City

Brooklynites Purged From The Voting Rolls Have Questions
Central Brooklyn

Brooklynites Purged From The Voting Rolls Have Questions

Affidavit ballot. (Photo: John Morton [https://www.flickr.com/photos/morton/3002941350/in/photolist-5zmRQS] / Flickr) Tuesday’s primaries have raised more questions than answers for Brooklynites. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has opened an investigation [http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/21/nyregion/new-york-attorney-general-opens-inquiry-into-primary-day-complaints.html] and New York City

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