Election Day Is Today! Here’s What You Need to Know So You Can Go Vote:
This year, no matter how you choose to cast your vote, access to transportation should not be a barrier. But in the last presidential election, it’s estimated that more than 15 million eligible voters didn’t go to the polls in large part because they lacked a way to get there.
It was a long wait — a very long wait — at P.S. 154 in Harlem on Election Day, but dozens of people stood in line and waited to have their votes counted.
#HarlemVotes, hosted by recording artist and educator, VFerg kicked off with much excitement and enthusiasm at local hot-spot, Solomon and Kuff and Karl Franz Williams, co-owner, this past weekend.
1. Who can vote? You must have registered to vote by October 11th to vote in the New York general election on November 5th. Check the New York Board of Elections page to see if you are registered.
By Mayor Eric Adams Tuesday, November 8th, 2022, is Election Day in New York City – your last chance to join millions of New Yorkers in making your voices heard and casting your ballots in these critical elections.
New York City’s special election for Public Advocate is on Tuesday, February 26, 2019. This election is an open, non-partisan ballot. All registered voters are eligible to cast a vote.
NY1 reports that a special election is being held Tuesday in Harlem to fill the state senate seat vacated by Bill Perkins.
This is a big year for local elections. The mayor, comptroller and public advocate are all up for re-election along with all 51 members of the City Council.
Longtime Congressman Charles Rangel, D-N.Y., had an interesting take on former President Bill Clinton’s appearance at a Harlem church on Sunday reported New York CBS Local.
Today, Assembly Member Daniel O’Donnell announced his decision not to seek re-election for New York’s 69th Assembly District.
Intraday trading, also known as day trading, is a fast-paced and exciting form of trading where traders buy and sell financial instruments within the same trading day.
The Garden Conservancy announces the return of the Open Days program to Ulster and Greene Counties, New York just a staycation away from Harlem, New York.
As the sun-drenched streets of Harlem pulsate with the vibrant rhythm of summer, the sweet allure of literary escape beckons.
Today, Schools Chancellor David C. Banks announced that hundreds of parents were elected to serve on the 36 Citywide and Community Education Councils.