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Tuesday is Primary Day — Know Your Pollsite & Your Candidates — Be Informed

Tuesday is Primary Day — Know Your Pollsite & Your Candidates — Be Informed

NYC Votes wants you to know that Primary Day is tomorrow, Tuesday, September 12th. Bronx voters who are registered in a political party will elect candidates to compete in November’s general election. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. – […]

Rosanna Vargas, Esq, Bronx Commissioner, NYC Board of Elections.

Bronx Political Round-Up, May 14

                                The Dash For Cash in the Southeast Bronx  In District 18, Elvin Garcia leads in the dash for campaign cash. In his latest filing, […]

BREAKING NEWS: Ban on ‘Ballot Selfies’ Upheld

BREAKING NEWS: Ban on ‘Ballot Selfies’ Upheld

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 […]

NYC ELECTRONIC VOTE SCANNER Machine

In-Person Voter Registration, Saturday October15

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 […]

NYC Voter Guide To April 19 Primary & Special Elections

NYC Voter Guide To April 19 Primary & Special Elections

NYC VOTES RELEASES GUIDE TO PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARIES   One week before New Yorkers make their voices heard in the 2016 presidential primary elections, NYC Votes released the official, nonpartisan NYC Voter Guide. NYC Votes, the voter engagement campaign of the […]

by · April 13, 2016 · Bulletin Board, Elections
Bronx DA Johnson Indicts Former Assembly Candidate Hector Ramirez

Bronx DA Johnson Indicts Former Assembly Candidate Hector Ramirez

    On Tuesday, Bronx District Attorney Robert Johnson arrested former Assembly candidate Hector Ramirez along with another individual, Ana Cuevas. They were arraigned, entered pleas of not guilty, and were released on personal recognizance bonds of $25,000 and $10,000, […]

Close City Elex Bd Accounts At Big Banks Refusing IDNYC

Close City Elex Bd Accounts At Big Banks Refusing IDNYC

Dear Editor, Big banks such as Citibank and JPMorgan Chase won’t accept the IDNYC card. Well, the city Board of Elections has 26,000 to 32,000 poll workers on Election Day whose paychecks are drawn on some of those big banks. […]