The voting lines were long during this year’s presidential election. Even newly re-elected President Obama noticed, saying in his victory speech, “We need to fix that.”
As the Nov 6. election draws near, voters are concerned with the current voting process. They are seeking timely amendments to allow for a system that accommodates everyone on [...]
The upcoming presidential debate on Oct. 16 at Hofstra University in New York will take questions about foreign and domestic issues from an audience of undecided voters in a [...]
In a major effort to get potential voters registered by the Oct. 12 deadline, voter rights groups and celebrities were out in force Tuesday, enticing New York to sign up.
Call it voter apathy or political fatigue, but New York City, like many cities across the country, is seeing a steady decline of voters coming out to the polls.
Facebook peer pressure that came in the form of a banner message showing U.S. users’ friends who voted pushed a third of a million people to cast their ballots in the 2010 [...]
A large number of American citizens are barred from voting due to a felony conviction, according to a new academic study by the Sentencing Project, a nonprofit advocacy [...]
The city’s Districting Commission released its preliminary redrawn map, adjusted based on population changes within the five boroughs, using information from the 2000 and [...]
New York City Board of Elections unanimously voted in favor of using portable memory device (PMD) sticks to tabulate votes, which will take effect in time for the September primary.
After the Department of Justice told Florida to stop purging its voter rolls, Gov. Rick Scott announced on Fox News that his state is suing the federal government.