Readers react to President-elect Donald J. Trump who won a stunning and decisive Electoral Collage victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton on Tuesday. Dear Editor: If I hear one more professional political pundit dismiss President-elect Donald Trump’s victory as “whitelash,” “the power […]
Today, US District Court Justice P. Kevin Castel just issued an opinion denying the application for a preliminary injunction that would have allowed ‘ballot selfies’ in New York. Justice Castel ruled that “enjoining enforcement of [the election law prohibiting anyone from revealing […]
NEW YORK — On Monday, October 17th, in light of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump refusing to back down from his record of sexual misconduct and abhorrent behavior, elected officials, women’s rights organizations, and community leaders will gather in front of […]
Mail-in voter registration forms must be postmarked today. After the post offices closes, the website of the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles is available for registration until midnight. Click here. The NYS Department of Motor Vehicles reported that yesterday, its workers processed […]
The gloves are coming off against Bronx Assemblyman Victor Pichardo’s opponent Hector Ramirez in their 86th AD rematch contest. Glossy two-sided campaign mailers hitting the mailboxes of Democratic primary voters in the 86th Assembly District reminding them that Mr. Ramirez […]
The giant 12-foot wooden “T” patriotic flag sign was soaked in gasoline before it was torched according to the FDNY fire marshal.
The Morning Consult reports that Hillary Clinton is once again leading Donald Trump, 43% to 40%, in the presidential race after the recent Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Morning Consult reports that the former secretary of State leads the brash businessman, 43 […]
Political Roundup: Bronx Ballots, Rivera Clan, Urban Youth Program Bronx ‘Rising Voices’ Ballot Follies Underway The county leader of the loosely-knit ‘Rising Voices’ confederation, Richard Soto was at the Bronx BOE overseeing his usual slate of ‘Bizarro’ candidates running across […]
Today is the Congressional Primary! Check where there’s a primary in your district here: http://bit.ly/NYCPollLocator U.S. CONGRESS The legislative branch of the United States is a bicameral body composed of the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES and the SENATE, which together form […]
A.G. SCHNEIDERMAN ANNOUNCES ELECTION DAY HOTLINE TO ENSURE ACCESS FOR VOTERS DURING THE JUNE PRIMARY Attorney General’s Hotline Troubleshoots A Range of Election Day Issues NEW YORK – Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced that his office has created a […]
House Candidate Pushing Farmworker Rights Took Cash From Notorious Sugar Growers By Will Bredderman • 06/03/16 State Senator Adriano Espaillat has styled himself as a champion of agricultural laborers in New York—but fueling his bid for Congress are donations from […]
The IG report faulted the bipartisan state election board’s lack of a clear definition of “confidential and privileged” information.
Hillary Clinton is won the Kentucky Democratic primary Tuesday night and rival Sen. Bernie Sanders won in Oregon.
VOTE BETTER NY CALLS ON STATE LAWMAKERS TO MODERNIZE ELECTIONS AND CREATE CONVENIENT VOTING EXPERIENCE FOR ALL NEW YORKERS May 3, 2016– The Vote Better NY coalition declared today “Voter Day in Albany,” a day of action aimed at modernizing […]
On Wednesday, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders visited striking Verizon employees on the picket line in Brooklyn, N.Y. NBC News reported: http://www.nbcnews.com/video/bernie-sanders-cheered-like-a-rock-star-at-verizon-picket-line-665124419583