Post Tagged with: "voting"

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. – […]

Absentee Ballot Applications Available 

Absentee Ballot Applications Available 

If you’re away at college you can still vote in NYC’s primary election by applying for absentee ballot.

Profile America: Youth Voting Comes of Age

Profile America: Youth Voting Comes of Age

  Saturday, July 1 — On this date 46 years ago, the sun set on our old concept of coming of age. The 26th amendment to the Constitution became law effective July 1, lowering the age requirement for voting in […]

POSTPONED: ​Bronx Young Democrats monthly general meeting, January 23

Bronx Young Democrats monthly general meeting is tonight, Monday, January 23, at 7pm at The Bronx Democratic Party HQ (1640 Eastchester Road).

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 […]

Profile America: Youth Is Served

In 1972, the 26th amendment to the Constitution became law effective July 1, lowering the age requirement for voting in national elections from 21 to 18 years old.

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman

NY AG OPENS PRIMARY DAY HOTLINE TO ENSURE ACCESS FOR VOTERS ON TUESDAY

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 […]

by · June 27, 2016 · Election News, Government

VOTE BETTER NY CALLS ON STATE LAWMAKERS TO MODERNIZE ELECTIONS

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 […]

NYC ELECTRONIC VOTE SCANNER Machine

NYC Campaign Finance Board Meets 12/17

The next public meeting of the New York City Campaign Finance Board will be held on Thursday, December 17 at 10:00 AM. The meeting will be located at 100 Church Street, 12th Floor, in the CFB’s office in Lower Manhattan.

by · December 14, 2015 · Bulletin Board, Community Events
Judge of the Civil Court of the City of New York and Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York

BREAKING NEWS: Robert Siano, Republican Challenger for Bronx District Attorney Has Checkered Voting History

Robert Siano, Bronx Republican Challenger for Bronx District Attorney Has Spotty Voting History On the eve of the one and only forum for the two candidates squaring off for Bronx District Attorney, the Bronx Chronicle has learned that GOP candidate […]

NYC ELECTRONIC VOTE SCANNER Machine

Polanco Politics: Say No to NonCitizen/Resident Voting

The issue of noncitizen voting has been in the news in recent days and has become an issue in the NY-11 congressional race in Staten Island/Brooklyn. To better educate our readers, The Bronx Chronicle invited attorneys and CUNY professors Juan […]

AG Backs Suffrage For Felons

Attorney General and city native Eric Holder made his position clear yesterday in a speech outlining the need to allow citizens who have served their time to have a voice in voting, the most basic American right. The Huffington Post […]

by · February 11, 2014 · Domestic News, Local News, News